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Own One of the World’s Rarest Muscle Cars
Looking for the definition of a dream car? You’ve found it. Introducing the 1970 Dodge Coronet Hemi R/T Convertible. Don’t miss your chance to own one of the rarest and most sought-after muscle cars in American automotive history. Of the only 294 1970 Coronet convertibles manufactured, only 3 included the iconic 426 Hemi engine featured in this rotisserie restored work of art. Every single piece, part, and bolt of this fine automobile has been pulled apart, refurbished, sandblasted, and replaced. Completely deconstructed down to its original rust-free sheet metal and reconstructed entirely of original Mopar and date-code correct parts, this 525 horsepower machine is in the exact condition it was when it first rolled out of the factory in Auburn Hills, Michigan, 1969.
The detailed preservation and restoration of this original California car took three years of meticulous research and dedication to bring back to its original showroom form and function. With 550 ft lbs of torque, Hurst pistol-grip shifter, Dana 60 rear-end, Hemi 4-speed manual transmission, date-code correct Hemi 426 engine, eye-catching black-on-red color scheme, and custom interior, this expertly curated automobile is ready to turn heads and turn corners.
Experience unrivaled power, prestige, and performance. Grip the wheel of one of the world’s most exquisite machines. Own a piece of American automotive history. Bid now to drive your dream.