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1969 Coronet R/T Convertible, 440 Ram Charger, FOR SALE!!!

I am selling my 1969 Coronet R/T convertible. This is a 440 HO, automatic car. Numbers matching car. Very rare! Only 317 of these vehicles were ever produced, even less with the Ram Charger option. This makes it rarer than a Daytona Charger or Superbird. Power steering, power breaks, power top, rally dash. The car has had an older restoration but is no trailer queen. I will consider all trades, up or down. Very realistically priced at $49,500. Please respond by email to: ralphwebb@hotmail.com.


 


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