1969 Dodge Coronet R/T Convertible.
As found on Ebay:
THIS VEHICLE IS BEING LISTED ON BEHALF OF A FRIEND, WHO HAS OWNED THIS VERY RARE 1969 DODGE CORONET R/T CONVERTIBLE WHICH IS 1 OF 317 PRODUCED, FOR MANY YEARS. OWNER HAS A CLEAN TITLE IN HIS NAME. THIS CAR DESERVES TO BE BROUGHT BACK FROM THE DEAD DUE TO IT'S LOW PRODUCTION NUMBERS AND RARITY. CAR WAS BORN A GOLD-COPPER COLOR WITH A BLACK BUCKET SEAT, ARMREST INTERIOR, COLUMN SHIFT AUTOMATIC. THE CAR HAS BEEN SITTING IN HIS FIELD FOR MANY YEARS EXPOSED TO THE HARSH ELEMENTS AND AS SUCH IS IN NEED OF EXTENSIVE RUST REPAIR. THE CAR IS MISSING IT'S COMPLETE POWERTRAIN, I.E. MOTOR, TRANSMISSION, REAREND ASSEMBLY. ALL INTERIOR COMPONENT'S ARE MISSING, BUT OWNER HAS THE BUCKET SEATS AND TOP ASSEMBLY IN HIS STORAGE SHED. THIS CAR WILL DEFINATELY NEED A GOOD PARTS CAR TO AID IN THE RESTORATION PROCESS, SINCE MOST OF ITS COMPONENTS WAS ROBBED AND PICKED OVER. THE PHOTO'S PROVIDED SHOWS THAT THIS CAR NEEDS IT ALL. THE DASH V.I.N. AND FENDER TAG MATCHES THE RAD SUPPORT AND 1/4 PANEL TRUNK LIP #'s. ( A PHOTO OF THE ORIGINAL FENDER TAG HAS BEEN PROVIDED FOR YOU TO DE-CODE ) THE CAR DOE'S NOT HAVE A BROADCAST SHEET OR CERTI-CARD. THE OWNER WILL ASSIST YOU IN ANY WAY POSSIBLE TO HELP IN LOADING IT ONTO YOUR CAR HAULER, BUT CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT IT WILL NOT SPLIT IN HALF DUE TO MAJOR RUST WHILE DOING SO. ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS WILL BE ANSWERED TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE. THE RESERVE IS LOW AND VERY REASONABLE CONSIDERING THE RARITY AND VALUE ONCE IT HAS BEEN RESTORED. NO E-MAILS INQUIRING ABOUT THE RESERVE OR ENDING THE AUCTION EARLY WILL BE ANSWERED, SORRY ! THE OWNER DOE'S HAVE THE VEHICLE FOR SALE LOCALLY, AND AS SUCH, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END THE AUCTION AT ANY TIME. PLEASE READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE PLACING YOUR BID !!!!!! THANKS FOR LOOKING AND GOD BLESS TO ALL....................
Man that one is rough!!!
1970 Dodge Super Bee.
Another Ebay car, this one in Michigan but I just had to put it on here!!! Just simply unbeelievable!!!
Here's the ad:
Well, the pictures speak for themselves - this baby is rough! It is however, one of 32 factory Panther Pink Super Bee hardtops built in 1970; less than five are known to exist today. I rescued this car a couple years ago from a junkyard where it had sat since the late 70's. The running gear, hood, etc. were gone. This car is a serious restoration project needing just about everything. Since you can see from the pictures that the fenders, doors, and decklid are junk I will focus on the parts of the car that can be saved. The basic core of the unibody is still intact and savable. The cowl, radiator support (22"), package tray, inner wheelhouses, roof and trunk filler panel are actually quite solid. The roof has surface rust but no holes. The car will basically need a complete rear clip. The framerails, rear crossmember, quarters and outer wheelhouses are rusted or bent beyond repair. The lip surrounding the decklid can probably be saved though. As you probably noticed from the car's significant "nose down" stance, the torsion bars have pulled right out of the rotted crossmember. This will need to be replaced and the front framerails have quite a bit of rust as well. The car still has the front swaybar and the accompanying lower control arms with mounting tabs. It was converted to a four speed at some point in time (originally a 383 column shift automatic car) and still has four speed pedals in it. The 8 3/4 rear is not the original but is out of a B body (741 casing). When I found this car the trunk was jammed shut. When we pried it open we found the back seat stashed away and, amazingly, the original build sheet was still tucked away underneath! The car also has a clear Michigan title. The fender tag is long gone but all the necessary proof is there to have a legitimate reproduction made. I had intentions of restoring this car but there are just too many other projects going and I would like to see this one restored. This car originally rolled of the Lynch Road assembly line in early June, 1970. The scheduled production date on the build sheet is 6-3-70. It has one of the highest VIN numbers I have seen on a 70 Bee and must have been one of the last ones built. It must have been quite a sharp car in its day with the black "C" stripe, white interior, 14" rallyes and F70-14 Polyglas tires. If you haven't seen a non-vinyl top B Body in Panther Pink, it is quite an eye-popping sight. This is a mountain of a project for anybody that wants to tackle it, but if you can see past all the rust and recognize the potential of this unique, rare muscle car, please bid. It is being sold with no reserve so bid to win. Thank you.
Vin # WM23N0A236525
Engine E63 383
Trans D32 Auto
Lynch Road Assembly Plant
FM3 Paint Upper and Lower - no vinyl top
Interior H2XW White Bench Seat Deluxe
Stripe V6X Black "C" Longitudinal
W21 14"x6" Rallye Wheels with T87 F70-14 RWL Polyglas GT Tires
1968 Dodge Charger.
Yeah another Ebay car.
Here is a diamond in the rough, This Vehicle is a 1968 Dodge Charger, with a 383ci Big Block V8, 3 Speed 727 Automatic ('3 on the tree'). I acquired the car just a little over a year ago, it was purchased in the USA (a southern car, likely originally from Texas or Arizona) in a larger lot of vehicles in hopes to restore it. Currently i have too many projects on the Go, and space is starting to run thin. I have taken alot of pictures to show the good parts about this car, and the bad.
1970 Plymouth Duster.
A cool survivor to round up the Ebay page, man this car is sweet!!!
A very rare ,original owner,1 of a kind,all original paint .very low production # untouched mopar classic.honestly this car is totally flawless ,inside, out,. underneath and under the hood.never touched .original tires still like new .the trunk looked like it was never opened.this car sat in a cedar pack barn on a tobacco farm since 1973.the car was ran and the fluids changed frequent .it runs and drives like brand new.there is not a blem scratch or a spec of rust anywhere.it comes with the original 1970 plates ownership dealer books glovebox owners manual and dealership brochure.this could be your best investment.i cant say enough about this car.good luck. thanks for your interest.
Very low original documented 9800 miles.