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1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee 383 4 spd Ramcharger Project 70 Superbee Mopar

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  • Item location: Rochester, Michigan, United States
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Coronet
  • SubModel: Super Bee
  • Type: hardtop
  • Trim: Coronet
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 1
  • Color: B5 Blue
  • Engine size: 383
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: White
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Dodge Coronet 1970 Description

Please read the entire description before placing a bid or asking any questions. Serious buyers only. Thank you.

This is a super cool 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee. This is a project that needs to be completed but is well on it's way and needs someone with the motivation to finish. I purchased the car in 1989. Pictures 20 thru 23 show the car at that time. The ones that look old and the car is together. She was a running driving car mostly original except for drive train and the non original bench seat. 69 440 4spd with 3:91 gears is how I got it (all that is gone except the trans). Should be a 383-4spd with 3:23 (have these now). Ram-charger hood. Wood grain dash with tach. White interior bench seat. Power disc-brakes. Manual steering. Wheel lip Mouldings. Am radio. C-Stripe.

Cars original paint was chemically stripped of the car by hand. Not blasted. DP 40 is the sealer. Should last forever. Super clean original body wearing all original panels. Trunk pan is original too. Had some pit's in it but I wanted a really nice driver and would rather have original. Floors the same. Original. A lot of time went into making the body look really strait. This is not a quickie paint job. You must see it to appreciate it. The bottom of the car is black not body color. Was not a rotisserie job. Paint has been on the car about 4 years now.

Front suspension is totally rebuilt. I put a set of HD leafs from another 70 car on the rear back when I first got this car. They are originals and not rebuilt. Good condition but have some overspray on them now. Rallye wheels are 15x7 originals not reproductions. I feel this car came with magnum 500's but I do not have the build sheet to verify. I was promised the build sheet with the purchase of the car by the person that I purchased this car from. After years of trying to get it I finally gave up. I didn't realize they were the shysters they were and I was young and dumb when when I got it. It's out there though. But it will cost to get it. More than I feel it's worth. Especially when it was part of the deal.

I have accumulated a lot of parts over the years. Better pieces to replace originals. You get one of each part I have for the car. Not everything I have. You can have the best stuff though. I have only shown a fraction of the cars parts in the pics. I have everything. It's just too hard to show. I tried to show some of the important pieces. The engine is a 1970 383-HP with as close of date as I could find at the time. Standard bore in good shape. Matching heads and parts. I got it as a long block. No intake or carb. Needs to be rebuilt. Trans is a 18 spline 4spd that was in the car when I got it. It was working good but has been sitting a long time now. Bell housing is a 1970 aluminum. 3:23 is a 489 case large yolk that is super low miles. I was going to install a sure-grip and use as is.

I have also purchased a lot of new parts. Here is a list of what I have new.

1970 Rallye center caps. (4)

Polished 15" trim rings

4 spd carpet set (black)

Headliner (white)

Sail Panels (White)

Door Panels (White)

Chrome armrest bezels (front/rear)

Front Bumper Guards w cushions

Front windshield rubber surround

Sill Plates set

Rear Package tray (black

Battery tray

Firewall Gasket Kit

Heater box Resto Kit

Paint Gasket kit

Door handles

Front and rear windshield clips

Firewall and kick panel insulation kits

Splash Guard rubber kits

Washer bottle

Washer bottle motor.

NOS turn signal lenses.

Hood Bee Emblem

I just don't seem to be able to find the time to finish this car. I have a lot of time and money invested in it. I don't have to sell it. But I want to see it get finished as it should. Not giving it away though. It can sit until I finally find the time and motivation. If you want to discuss it message me and we can exchange #'s. I am a busy person and don't have a lot of time to just talk cars so serious buyers only.

I also have a 1970 Coronet I purchased to help me try and get the car back together picture 24. Sort of a model I guess. No telling what bolt clip or visual might be needed. It is not included in this auction but if the person that buys the super bee is interested I will eventually sell it if the bee sells. Its not for sale though. It's a burnt orange 1970 318 auto with AC. Matching drive train. Just rough and rusty. not running No seats. rough.

Car has to be picked up where is as is. Can be held onto a short time but I don't want to be waiting weeks. All funds to be paid in cash or bank check that clears before car leaves my possession. I'm not taking a giant PayPal payment. $250 deposit max. There is a lot of loose pieces so keep that in mind. Not really the type of car you want to be have transported for you. Thanks for looking.

On Jun-14-15 at 16:48:48 PDT seller added the following information:

I do have correct seat cores and headrests for the car. Front seat is a burnt orange bench seat. Rear is a nice black set. Both need white covers to match car that I do not have yet. But the cores are really nice. I purchased a set of white headrests at some point and those go with the sale. Sorry for any confusion.

On Jun-14-15 at 19:11:25 PDT seller added the following information:

I do not have a front windshield anymore. The original was smoked in the corners and I got rid of it some time ago. Never got one because I didn't want it sitting around till it was needed. I have all the other original glass.

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