1969 Dodge Coronet R/T. I purchased this car a few years ago (while on active duty stationed out in Washington DC) from a gentlemen out in Wisconsin whom sold my good buddy an A12 superbee. He has owned several well known mopars all of which were kept secret until after they left his clutch. This car like myself is originally out of the Minnesota / North Dakota area. It is a factory original Coronet R/T convertible with a 440 4 speed hooked up to a dana 60 3.54 rear end. I sent the fender tag information to Galen Govier whom verified its rarity as 1 of 1 given its truly unique and rather odd configuration. It has a white interior, N96 (ram air), M46 (simulated quarter panel scoop) and came from the factory with out a radio. It also sports the super track pack option among a few other things. It does not have its original drive train and at time of writing this I’m awaiting my engine that Mr. Six Pack (Bob Karakashian) is building. This car truly has quite the interesting story.
Lance Husted – Baton Rouge, Louisiana