1969 CORONET R/T HARDTOP COUPE
Dodge's R/T (“Road and Track”) performance history dates back to the late 1960's. Over the years many different Dodge models offered an R/T edition. The first R/T was a high performance version of the 1967 Dodge Coronet.
Offered in both hardtop and convertible form, the standard R/T featured a 440 cubic-inch V-8 power plant, heavy-duty suspension, beefier brakes, larger tyres and distinctive R/T badging
With angular good looks, a wide aggressive stance and a mighty big block engine, these cars were an instant hit in the American muscle race for more cubic inches.
This immaculate fully restored Dodge Coronet R/T is powered by its original HI-PO Police Interceptor 440 cubic inch Magnum power plant with 4-barrel carburetor, mild cam, twin exhausts and factory cast iron manifolds.
Offering 375+ horsepower, it has a heavy duty automatic transmission with overdrive, its original 8 and 3/4 differential and factory 5-star chrome wheels. If pushed, this car shreds tyres with ease.
There are hood and fender mounted turn signal markers, wide side moldings, front bucket seats with center console and all factory gauges.
The car has its original air grabber hood, power steering, vinyl top and bucket seats.
The paint is absolutely stunning with deep layers of metallic bronze covered by multiple layers of clear, it has a depth and clarity rarely seen.
The brakes have been relined and head gasket and manifold gaskets redone for entry into Australia. The exhaust has also been refurbished and sports a glorious V8 roar.
Ready to drive anywhere, this is a rare and stunning car – a true American muscle car that is rapidly appreciating in value.
ENGINE: V8 – 440 Cubic Inch Magnum
FUEL DELIVERY SYSTEM: Ramcharger 4 Barrell Carburetor
TRANSMISSION: Automatic 3-Speed with Overdrive
TRIM: Black Vinyl
CONDITION: Immaculate Fully Restored