Factory 426 Hemi: 1966 Dodge Coronet 440

Despite popular belief, the Dodge Coronet 440 nametag didn’t indicate what was actually under the hood in 1966, as the number “440” was merely a trim-level designation for the car.  But the buyer did have several engine options to… more»

440-Powered 1970 Dodge Coronet 500

Although they shared the same B-Body platform in 1970, the Dodge Coronet doesn’t seem to get nearly as much love as the Charger, that is unless it happens to be a Super Bee model.  But the Coronet got a… more»

Drive While You Restore: 1965 Dodge Coronet

Chrysler made a blunder in 1962 by downsizing their Dodge and Plymouth full-size cars, thinking that General Motors had the same thing in mind. They didn’t. And sales would suffer until they could regroup and fashion some bigger cars… more»

Hemi Transplant! Grandma’s 1966 Dodge Coronet Sleeper

As a Barn Finds staff writer, I have to be careful not to get too sucked in and resist the temptation of wanting to buy every other car that shows up on our assignment lists.  But this 1966 Dodge… more»

Take Your Pick! California Cache of Cars

Most cars in a collection have something in common. Makes, models, production years, and body styles are just some of the things that collector cars may share. But in this case, the eight vehicles offered here on craigslist seem… more»

Only 35k Miles: 1970 Dodge Super Bee

Chrysler introduced two new muscle cars in 1968. The first was the Plymouth Road Runner, based on the Belvedere, which caught on like wildfire with buyers. The second was the Dodge Super Bee, based on the Coronet, that followed… more»

2 for 1 Engine: 1970 Dodge Super Bee Project

The Super Bee appeared on the heels of the debut of the Plymouth Road Runner, Dodge’s answer to a budget-minded muscle car. It would have a much shorter lifespan, retired after 1971 as Dodge reconfigured its mid-size offerings. This… more»

BF Auction: 1969 Dodge Super Bee

The Super Bee was to Dodge as the Road Runner was to Plymouth, a budget-minded mid-size muscle car added to the line-up in 1968. Originally based on the Coronet pillared coupe, a hardtop was added in 1969. Sales of… more»

Still In The Barn: 1953 Dodge Coronet

The Coronet nameplate was part of the Dodge portfolio off and on from 1949 until 1976. In the early 1950s, it would be the highest trim level offered by that Chrysler division. This 1953 example has been residing in… more»

1 of 1,268: 1970 Dodge Super Bee 6-Pack

The Super Bee was launched in 1968 to be Dodge’s companion to the Plymouth Road Runner in the mid-size muscle car market. Both were initially targeted to the lower price range in the performance field and – for whatever… more»

Hemi Bee Tribute: 1970 Dodge Coronet Convertible

Sometimes it can be fascinating to look at a classic car and speculate what could have been if the manufacturer had followed a particular path. That is the case with the 1970 Dodge Super Bee. The company never produced… more»

383 V8 4-Speed: 1970 Dodge Super Bee

Every U.S. auto manufacturer got into the muscle car scene at some point in the 1960s, and Dodge was certainly one of the leaders. Given the success that Plymouth was having with its budget-minded Road Runner, Dodge quickly followed… more»

Fresh 383: 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

Some project cars tick more of the right boxes than others, and finding the correct candidate to suit your needs can take time and patience. If you have been searching for a rock-solid classic American muscle car, this 1970… more»

No Reserve Driver: 1968 Dodge Super Bee

Dodge rolled out the Super Bee in 1968, its version of the Plymouth Road Runner, which became quite popular. Both automobiles were budget-minded muscle cars, but the Dodge version always sold in smaller numbers. This first-year Super Bee wears… more»

Plum Crazy 440+6/4-Speed! 1970 Dodge Super Bee

The Super Bee was one of the top dog offerings when it came to the Dodge Coronet, and even though production only ran from 1968-1971 they were some pretty heavy hitters when it came to B-Bodies.  The standard engine… more»

1 of 2319: 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T 440

While the Dodge Charger and Plymouth Road Runner gained legendary muscle car status quite some time ago, one of the other Chrysler B-Bodies that doesn’t seem to garner quite as much attention is the Dodge Coronet.  In bone stock… more»