Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee 440 Six Pack Restomod is an amazing mix of vintage and upgraded. They meticulously restored the body so that you get all the best muscle car curves, and the interior feels as fresh as day one. But with stealthily added upgrades like fuel injection, a five-speed, and four-wheel disc brakes, they made sure this award-worthy car is also irresistible to drive.
The Chrysler B-bodies were the meanest street machines. You see it immediately on this one because the full restoration was completed less than 800 miles ago. And they didn't just give this fresh paint. The full package was a $68k investment where it was painted on a rotisserie. So you now only see the quality from every angle you can see, but also you're going to be putting a mirror under this one so you can show off how the undercarriage looks better than most other people's hoods! And a quality application of the white looks like a crisply pressed dress shirt showing off all the well-defined creases of this Coronet's broad shoulders. Plus, all the best performance pieces are done in a tasteful and high-contrast black. We love how this has an A12-style hood with a huge functional scoop on top. The hood pins make it look like a lift-off piece, but it's actually on hinges so it's easy to show off the monster within (more on that in a moment.) And the rear looks terrific with the black bumblebee stripe matching blackout rear panel. Overall, this is the kind of car that deserves your extra attention. There is an upper-echelon feeling in the details, like the way the panels fit and the super clean wheel wells radiate to show off the Torq Thrust wheels even more.
It's premium and powerful all in one glance.
The black accents of the outside get you ready for the full black interior. The upholstery, carpeting, headliner, dash, and all the other fundamentals feel like you're picking this one up directly from the Chrysler dealer in 1969. The generous amount of size you get inside will make you question its intermediate designation in Dodge's lineup. So the space is great for family and friends. But you're the one who's always the most important in this coupe. The features prove it with front bucket seats, a center console in-between, a classic Mopar steering wheel, Hurst shifter, and full Rallye gauges including a tic-toc-tach. The whole interior is a time capsule. The only piece that you know is not stock is the radio. This AM/FM/CD unit with iPod input means you get to listen to the best in modern driving tunes. But really, we bet your favorite soundtrack will be a subtly sweet V8 tune from the exhaust that reminds you this is an upgraded and updated muscle machine.
The engine bay was done with quality to make sure you're going to be opening the hood wherever you park. So the smooth and bright inner walls funnel your attention to the heart that's radiating with power. This has the look of the mighty 440 cubic-inch V8, but there are a few additions that make this even more impressive. It starts with a correct Edelbrock intake that you need for the Six-Pack carb setup, except now this utilizes a FiTech Tri-power electronic fuel-injection system. So now you have big power and better consistency. Plus, the 440 is bored .030 over and given a mild cam. It makes for maximum performance and stability stealthy installed into a stock-looking package. You are in the center of the action of this enhanced power thanks to a stout Passon Performance five-speed manual transmission. And while the undercarriage looks like an award-worthy level of stock, this has well-integrated upgrades like a limited-slip rear end and four-wheel power disc brakes to give you confident control.
The sale comes complete with plenty of documentation. This includes the owner's manual, service manuals, build receipts, restoration photos, and a dyno sheet. Don't let something this complete and desirable slip away. Call today!!!
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