Numbers Matching Project: 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

There’s no doubt that the muscle cars from the 1960s hold a special place in the hearts of many an enthusiast, and the performance of some of those would still hold up well in today’s world of high-tech fuel… more»

One Family Owned: 1959 Dodge Coronet

The decision to part with a car that has been in the same family for 60-years must be a difficult one, but that is precisely the story behind this 1959 Dodge Coronet. This immaculate car has spent the vast… more»

Barn Find: 1951 Dodge Coronet Coupe

This 1951 Dodge Coronet coupe was purchased new by the grandmother of the seller. It was last on the road in 1970, and being from North Dakota, the car still has plates from there, but it is currently located… more»

One-Owner 1973 Dodge Coronet Wagon

It’s a nice day for a white wagon… I don’t know if Billy Idol ever owned a 1973 Dodge Coronet Custom wagon but I’m guessing that’s a big fat no. He doesn’t know what he’s missing. This 9-passenger human… more»

Parked in ’87: 1957 Dodge Coronet 2-Door

In 1987, this Dodge Coronet was driven into a barn, and that’s where it has sat ever since. The owner does say that it should have a frame-up restoration, but the photos do tend to paint a largely positive… more»

700 Horsepower: 1965 Dodge Coronet Lightweight

I will always take my hat off to a car owner who openly admits that they really aren’t sure whether what they have is a truly rare classic or a clone. That is what the owner of this Dodge… more»

Very Nice Daily Driver: 1966 Dodge Coronet 440

Barn Finder Miguel has certainly had his eyes open, and he has spotted this rather nice 1966 Dodge Coronet 440 for us to look at. So, thank you for that Miguel. What we have here is not a 100%… more»

Older Restoration: 1957 Dodge Coronet Royal

Finding a slightly older restoration that is in good condition is always a plus, because if the restoration has held up to that point, then it’s usually a pretty safe bet that the work has been done well. The… more»

Almost Able To Drive 1954 Dodge Coronet Deluxe Coupe

Sitting pretty in a garage is this simple 1954 Dodge Coronet Deluxe Coupe. Having a clear title and 52,643 miles on the odometer, you can purchase it with a buy it now price of $7,200 or make an offer…. more»

Original 440/4-speed: 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T

The 1967 Dodge Coronet came from an era when the Coke bottle styling was used by all the major manufacturers. The Coronet’s lines will simple yet tasteful. That’s why one’s like this 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T, found here on… more»

Beautiful in Blue: 1967 Dodge Coronet

The seller of this 1967 Dodge Coronet 440 describes it as a barn find. Located in Marysville, Washington, it is offered for sale here on Craigslist with a clean title. The seller has priced it at $10,500 OBO. Barn… more»

Power Wagon! 440 cid 1967 Dodge Coronet

This 1967 Dodge Coronet wagon in West Fargo, North Dakota likely began life with the new-for-1967 “LA” V8 displacing 318 cubic inches. Today its motivation comes from a warmed-over 440 cid V8, transforming it into a straight-line beast that… more»

Two-Car Combo! 1970 Dodge Superbee and Coronet

Fans of Mopar muscle, run-on sentences, and bad spelling look no further! Only fewer words and the ridiculous use of ALL CAPS would score more points on the Why-Bother-o-Meter. All that aside, this two-car package deal could work out… more»

Leaf Catcher! 1969 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible

Chrysler’s B-Body platform underpinned such iconic muscle cars as the Plymouth Road Runner and GTX and the Dodge Super Bee and Charger. Models like this 1969 Dodge Coronet 500 convertible utilized the B-Body as well, and offered potent performance… more»

Stored Since ’77! 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T Convertible

After enduring decades of neglect and decay in a barn, this 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T convertible in Flat Rock, Michigan could be yours with a high bid here on eBay. The seller has decoded this drop-top muscle car as… more»

Mopar Muscle: 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T Project

The 1969 Dodge Coronet is my favorite car of all time, and the performance models are some of the more unsung muscle cars of the 1960s and 1970s. A sister car to the Plymouth Road Runner and the Dodge… more»