Dodge was serious about performance in 1969. The Scat pack was back and so was the Coronet R/T. Changes included a new grille, rectangular turn indicators on the fenders, R/T bumblebee stripe and new rear taillight panel.
The 1969 Coronet R/T was offered in both hardtop and convertible form. Available as an option was a Ramcharger fresh-air induction system (standard on Hemi Models) with twin hood scoops. The 440 four barrel remained standard on the Coronet R/T, you could add the Hemi for another $418. The 727 TorqueFlite automatic was also standard, a four-speed manual was available as an option.
Dodge offered a great selection of rear axle ratios for 1969. Depending on the standard or optional engine and transmission, you could improve on the standard rear axle ratio of 3.23:1 by ordering a 3.54:1, 3.55:1, 3.91:1 or a 4.10:1 Performance Axle Package. 1969 was to be the best year for combined sales of the Dodge Scat Pack cars. The Charger R/T, Super Bee recorded an increase in sales. However sales for the Dodge Coronet R/T dropped.
The 1969 Coronet R/T 2 door hardtop was priced at $3,442 and the R/T convertible at $3,660.
Coronet R/T Engines:
440 Four Barrel – Horsepower: 375bhp@4600rpm Torque: 480lb-ft@3200rpm
426 HEMI – Horsepower: 425bhp@5000rpm Torque: 490lb-ft@4000rpm
Coronet R/T Performance:
440 Four Barrel : 0-60 in 7 seconds, 1/4 mile in 15.4 seconds.
426 HEMI: 0-60 in 6.1 seconds, 1/4 mile in 14.5 seconds.
1969 Dodge Coronet R/T Production: Hardtop – 6,755. Convertible – 483
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