Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Big block Dodges are always in-demand. That\'s why this 1969 Dodge Coronet 500 built to be a mean R/T tribute is so alluring. With its big 440 V8 Six Pack, bold paint, and a street-eating presence, it\'s what Mopar muscle is all about.
Sub-Lime green is so vibrant that it nearly glows in the dark, and they took extra time in giving this a high-quality upgrade to make sure you notice the vibrancy. Plus, the dark side is a terrific contrast that loves to show off the best pieces. The black accents draw added attention to the blackout grille with R/T badging, blackout rear panel, and the awesome tail stripe. And, of course, no one can ever miss the A12-inspired lightweight fiberglass hood with a massive air grabber on top. It is a mean green machine with a true classic muscle car presence, right down to Centerline slotted mag wheels with raised white letter tires. But also don\'t forget to check out the overall quality. Good glass, uniform gaps, and bright chrome bumpers show attention to overall detail.
The black accents on the outside get you ready for the full black interior. This really looks like a true classic Dodge with the intricate pattern of the seats, wide dash, and the big open space of the hardtop. And you also know they invested nicely, because it all feels clean, right down to the newer carpeting. The atmosphere is truly vintage, right down to the classic steering wheel and AM radio that\'s still there for a display. But because this is a true power car, handy upgrades like the auxiliary gauge trio keeps you better informed about what\'s going on under the hood.
Under the beastly hood is the best part of this whole package. It\'s the 440 cubic-inch V8 with the legendary Six Pack on top. This is a beautifully done upgrade with the block properly done in Hemi Orange paint on the motor, shining Mopar Connection valve covers, and an air element that correctly seals to the hood. So the appeal of this tidy engine bay goes well beyond the thunderous exhaust note it produces. And as you dig deeper, the best details are correct, too - including the triple set of dual carbs. Mopar had some of the stoutest transmissions around, so the Torqueflite A727 three-speed can handle all this extra muscle. A lot of the focus inside and out has been on authentic muscle car style, and that continues with the way this one likes you to feel the road. So it\'s big power and a lot of old-school fun.
This Coronet is powerful, distinct, and all-out mean. It\'s the Mopar muscle package you\'ve been waiting for, so don\'t let it slip away. Call today!!!
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