1970 Dodge Coronet RT Convertible – The Rarest Convertible Ever!

The 1970 Dodge Coronet RT Convertible is one of the rarest Mopars that you can’t find these days. And even more rare, it’s to find it, in perfect unrestored condition with all original parts (number matching) on it. It is… Continue Reading

505 Big-Block 12-Pack 1970 Dodge Super Bee “Bee Resurrected”

1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee Main

Today we have this 1970 Dodge Super Bee, which as you can see, it’s more like a ”Murder Hornet on steroids”. That’s because of the enormous engine, which is mostly above, rather than under the hood. So, the story behind… Continue Reading

Gorgeous Deep Blue 1966 Dodge Coronet 500 426 Hemi

1966 Dodge Coronet 500 Main

Beside this 1966 Dodge Coronet 500, ’66 was a big year for any Dodge car at the time. This is the year when they unleashed the 426 street HEMI engine and the Dodge and Plymouth B-body platforms. This engine appeared… Continue Reading

1970 Dodge Mutant Bee – The Coolest Super Bee Ever Made

1970 Dodge Mutant Bee

Here we go again with another masterpiece created by a Muscle Rod Shop team, but this time is 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee. This heavily modified Super Bee is a result of a good idea and creativity which have affected… Continue Reading

Completely Modernized 1968 Dodge Coronet HEMI SRT8

The Swedes are world famous for their American muscle car enthusiasm. Therefore, today we have a classic 1968 Dodge Coronet, which is completely modified by Steven Jarudd, from Sweden. Moreover, it represents something in between a classic ’68 Coronet and… Continue Reading

Amazing 1968 Dodge Coronet 500 by Gas Monkey Garage

We all know this 1968 Dodge Coronet 500 from the Gas Monkey Garage, but it’s always nice to see the story behind this classic Mopar. This silver ’68 Coronet with black wheels was bought by the G.M.G for $6500, which… Continue Reading

Take A Look At This Beast – 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

Just take a look at this beast, the 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee which is considered for one of the most legendary Mopars ever built. This Mopar originally was a 383 4-speed Super Bee, and also was a circuit raced… Continue Reading