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I listed the covers on my eBay page with a starting bid price of $20.00 and free shipping:Front set sold on eBay.
Rear is re-listed on eBay.
The old tires were at least 10 years old. I was worried about them falling apart in the limited times I take it out.
Sorry, 440Coronet500, I thought you were asking me if it has a 440.
No, it is my Mr. Norms 1969 Coronet Super Bee. It is a four speed and a 383. I also had the tuck and roll interior redone. It only took me eight...
I got a set of Coker Wide Oval radial redlines installer last week. I want to change the wheels in the spring. I have a set of the Coker polyglas...
Price reduced to $400.00 with free shipping.
MCR, but I think they sub out the work. The 68 has an 8 track player.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Muscle Car Restorations is doing my 1969 Coronet R/T rear trim tail light panel. They are completely restoring my 1968 Coronet R/T. They are not...
Ok. Can you send me a few pictures so that I can show the restoration company? I can pay you via PayPal.
email@example.comIs the panel an R/T and not a 440 plate?
Your inbox is full so I cannot send you a PM. Can you send me pictures and how much do you want for the trim piece?
Price reduced to $450.00 with free shipping.
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New black Legendary Auto Interiors vinyl split bench seat interior for a 1970 manual, non A/C, sedan Coronet. Prefer to sell the front and rear...
I have a nice one on my R/T and I bought a used one to re-anodize and keep as a spare. The restoration company went to paint and anodize it after...
I am also looking for a 1969 Coronet R/T rear tail light trim piece. It is the aluminum three tail light panel for an R/T and maybe the 500 trim...
My 1968 Coronet R/T is in a restoration shop and the tail panel needs replaced after the body was chemical stripped and dipped. Anyone have a...
I used Evans Wiring located in Erie, PA for my 1969 R/T. He did a great job on all the harnesses.
Wasps do sting. Their stinger is not barbed like some other bees so they do not get ripped out of their bodies. They can sting repeatedly.