SOLD – 1969 Dodge Coronet 440 Station Wagon 383ci/4 Barrel Auto Trans – SOLD
This is a highly optioned version of the Coronet Wagon as it features the high performance 383ci/4 barrel engine, auto trans, heavy duty towing package and more. This wagon would be a great candidate for a restomod or late model HEMI swap.
The underside and frame of this car is in good shape for its age. There is some rust, dings, dents, etc as expected with a 50 year old car, but as mentioned it is in overall good shape. Some of the replacement trim on the passenger side is not original to the vehicle.Upon researching this vehicles history, we found that it has spent most of its life in the western United States.
This vehicle is being sold with an Ohio rebuilt title. When we purchased this vehicle, it had a clean Michigan title. When we transferred it in Ohio, the salvage branding was placed on the title. After researching the vehicle, we found that the rebuilt branding was originally assigned in 1998 when the vehicle was in an accident in Nevada. Depending on your states title procedures, this vehicle may revert back to a clean title with no branding when transferred. Please contact your DMV with questions regarding this.
Here is the VIN from this Coronet – WH45H9E114834. This VIN matches on the cowl, fender tag, engine and transmission on this wagon!
Below is a break down of the VIN number
W – DODGE Coronet (“B” body)
H – High (PRICE CLASS)
45 – 6 passenger station wagon
H – 383 4BBL 8 Cylinder “B” engine (High Performance)
9 – 1969
E – Los Angeles, California
This wagon features many factory add on options including the roof rack, 330 HP 383 engine, B5 blue paint code, heavy duty trans, and more. This car could be driven locally, however we would recommend a tow if buyer is out of state. This car could be made back to a daily driver without major repairs. Please make sure to scroll down through all of the photos to see underside photos of this vehicle.