Dodge Coronet "Super-Bee" for 1969 is on the Chrysler B-body platform, along with the Charger, and both models also share the same rear fascia and the Rallye instrument cluster. The A12 package was introduced mid-year 1969 which gives the Coronet a 440 engine mounted with the six pack-three two barrel Holly carburetors on an aluminium in-take manifold with a lift off fiberglass hood and secured with metal pins. Heavy duty suspension, 15 inch wheels and a host of other performance goodies are included, but for this one year only.
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Though the vintage car market is in a cooling off period, especially at the high end of the range after a big run -up that saw prices of classic Ferraris and American muscle cars reaching record levels, the market for under-$40,000 collectibles is becoming red-hot, with the greatest interest being among coveted rides from the 1970’s through the ‘90’s. Specifically, older pickup trucks and SUVs – which would have been all but absent from vintage car auctions a decade or two ago – are gaining the most traction among collectors these days, mirroring their runaway popularity in today’s new-vehicle marketplace.
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