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»

Collection of Dodge Darts and Other Mopars

UPDATE 4/11/22: This collection of old Chrysler products keeps popping up for sale on different places on the internet. We don’t know if any of them have moved on to new homes yet and their condition differs widely. We’re… more»

One Family Since New: 1967 Dodge Coronet 500

This top-of-the-line 500 trim Dodge Coronet has traveled just over 100k miles and is fresh from a decade-long storage. It has been owned by one family since new and is in overall very good preserved condition. Enough work has… more»

Ready for Refreshing? 1958 Dodge Coronet

The red and white paint on this 1958 Dodge Coronet makes it a real head-turner. The seller describes it as a turn-key and ready for cruise nights. It can be found for sale here on here on eBay with… more»

Metallic Gold Survivor: 1966 Dodge Coronet 440

To quote a recent film, a thing isn’t beautiful because it lasts. There may be no better illustration of this pearl of wisdom than the Dodge products of the late 60s and early 70s, upon which reddish-brown flowers bloom… more»

Original Hemi: 1957 Dodge Coronet D500

The owner of this 1957 Dodge Coronet D500 found it sitting in a field, and he has spent the past three years returning it to a roadworthy state. No aspect of its drivetrain has escaped his attention, and he… more»

Track Pack Field Find: 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T

By the late 1960s/early 1970s, the mid-size muscle car landscape was chocked full of various performance models. None were more prolific than the Dodge B-bodies, which consisted of the Coronet and Charger (both available as R/T models) as well… more»

Fresh 383: 1968 Dodge Coronet

This 1968 Dodge Coronet has a tough and purposeful appearance, and its looks aren’t deceiving. With a freshly rebuilt drivetrain and a few sensible upgrades, this is a classic that should offer its next owner power to burn when… more»

Family Man: 1967 Dodge Coronet 440 Wagon

The Coronet would return to the Dodge line-up in 1965 as an intermediate, using that platform for three years. The 440 series was the mid-level trim version of the Coronet and would serve as its bread-and-butter in terms of… more»

318/4-Speed: 1965 Dodge Coronet

When it was new, this 1965 Dodge Coronet wouldn’t have provided the sort of performance that would get your pulse racing. However, it has received a few upgrades, opening the door to a world of possibilities. It will need… more»

440-Powered Sleeper: 1966 Dodge Coronet

The Coronet was a popular Dodge model that remained in the line-up for some 25 years. Quite a few non-descript Coronet two-sedans were sold for those looking at basic transportation. The seller’s 1966 Coronet was one of them, starting… more»

Rare Gold Poly 383: 1969 Dodge Coronet 440

Located in Boise, Idaho, this 1969 Dodge Coronet 440 is believed to be 1 of 2,532 produced. The car is now sitting in a driveway waiting to be restored. The car is listed here on eBay with 2 days… more»

This 1970 Dodge Super Bee Was Parked In 1975!

It is hard to believe that someone could walk into their local Dodge dealership in 1970, slap down the money for one of America’s most iconic muscle cars, and then only drive it for 5-years. That is the story… more»