1969 Coronet Sedan

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1969 Coronet Sedan

Postby Sneke_Eyez » Tue Mar 18, 2014 6:45 pm

Oh man, I want to go look at this car so bad. Why can't this be a wagon (and at least $1k cheaper!)

This car was on CL for ages last summer, at roughly $3k more expensive if I remember. This seems to be more more in line with what its worth.

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V 318 Headers,Electronic Ignition, New Interior, Record Radiator,New Water Pump, Valve Seals,Gaskets and no water leaks or oil leaks. 74K miles, starts and runs very well. Cash Only, Pick Up Only, clear Mass Title ps/ pb/ disc brakes front only headers dual exhaust, ready for spring cruising

http://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/cto/4378918302.html
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Re: 1969 Coronet Sedan

Postby 68383 » Tue Mar 18, 2014 11:12 pm

I don't know. Still steep for a 4 door, IMO. And look at what 1k more will get you over that wagon in VA. Just further solidifies that the wagon is overpriced, if you ask me.


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Re: 1969 Coronet Sedan

Postby charger528 » Wed Mar 19, 2014 2:01 am

If that was a 2 door my wallet would $5500 lighter lol my favorite car I have ever owned was a 1968 coronet and have been searching for yrs for one just like the one I had.

back in 97 after many yrs of driving mine I finally had the means to redo the body and finish what I started so Install 8 point roll bar moved the frame rails in install super stock spring put a set of 4.57 gears in it mini tubs and a fresh coat of appliance white I was to the point of putting rear trunk floor a fuel cell and all the little pcs when I found out I had twins on the way so it had to go on the back burner. a few months later I lost storage and had to move it to my moms house I put a cover on her and went back to life well it sat there for 4 to 5 yrs under that cover with it new paint well in that time my moms neighbor started complaining about the cars my brother had a dart stored their also being that my was registered and insured I wasn't worried well one day I drove by and my car was gone my mother had asked that come by many times and move it so they could get rid of the dart but I just never found the time so my dad pulled the engine and the rear center section and junked my car with out my consent apparenty the guys from Weymouth auto salvage were more than happy to have her.The 440 from that car became the basis for the 528 that resides in my charger.

this was my daily driver for many yrs before body and paint she a built 440 11-1 comp worked 452 head with over sized valves
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Re: 1969 Coronet Sedan

Postby Sneke_Eyez » Wed Mar 19, 2014 9:28 am

68383 wrote:I don't know. Still steep for a 4 door, IMO. And look at what 1k more will get you over that wagon in VA. Just further solidifies that the wagon is overpriced, if you ask me.


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Yeah, but you're against 4 doors. :P

I dunno, I think this car is a pretty good deal at $5500 with a redone interior, gone-through motor, good wheels, and good body.
That's a great driver right there, even has the right wheel combination on it!

But, to want to spend a dollar on it at all, you have to appreciate 4 doors.

I agree that this makes me question the wagon's price a bit more.
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Re: 1969 Coronet Sedan

Postby Sneke_Eyez » Sun Mar 23, 2014 5:23 pm

Sold it. I had the ad up and called and he told me it got picked up and driven home today. I was waffling on it anyway, so I wasn't too bummed out.
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