Used 1970 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible 1 of 6 for Sale
49,995 $ US
An incredibly rare combination of options in one of the most sought-after colors of the musclecar era!
Since a convertible option was never offered on the Dodge Super Bee, Mr. Ronnie Busick, of Richmond, VA. decided to create the next-best thing in 1970, and went to his local dealer, Southside Dodge, to order his dream ride: A Coronet 500 convertible, to which he added the most powerful engine available for that model, the 335-horsepower 383 Magnum, along with the 727 Torqueflite column-shifted automatic transmission. He also treated himself to Air Conditioning, Rallye Wheels, bumper guards, and naturally the extra-cost FC7 Plum Crazy Hi-Impact Paint!
According to Mopar numbers guru Galen Govier, this makes it 1-of-6 known with this combination, meaning the chances are slim to none that you will see another anytime soon... The GTS report and fender tag decode sheet, along with a copy of the dealer order sheet and invoice are included, along with a copy of the article that was published in Mopar Collector's Guide from June, 2002.
Classe D: No warranty
1970 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible 1 of 6
Stock number: PC1007
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