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1970 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible | Edmonton, AB

Hi, Keith Bedard at the brand new Sherwood Dodge Performance Center.

As you can see here, we got some pretty classy cars. We’re finally up and running. We got a bunch of them on the way on the truck right now. This is basically our first week. We’re kind of getting going.

Going to talk a little bit about this 1970 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible.

Let’s talk a little bit about the car. As you can see, the paint is– Let’s use this here. I don’t know if you can see this with the camera. You can almost read that. That list, you can almost read it in the paint. The paint on this is really fantastic. It looks great in the plum crazy color.

This car here is pretty neat. It’s a rare car. There’s only a 147 of these 383 Coronet 500 convertibles made. And it’s all chrome, side of it, you can see I don’t know if you can see down the side with the camera. It’s very, very, very sleek car. The car is in excellent condition.

I believe the car was an original car. Then again, I hold on to the paper work for the car as well as the bill sheet, and all the stuff that you like to have with an old we got.

Let’s take a look at the inside. If we can just swing around the car here, interior’s absolutely fantastic. It’s a Benz seat car. So if you want to get your girlfriend right beside of you, just flip this off, column shift.

The thing I was really impressed about is, if you look at the dashboard, even all the numbers and letters, and stuff, usually they get all worn out from your fingers. This car was very, very, very well looked after. With only 77,900 miles originally on the car.

Dual panels are in excellent shape. Carpet is fantastic. The top is redone on it. It’s black in color, an automatic Coronet. Looks great on the car. It’s totally fantastic.

As soon as we get to the back here, you got both the bumpers, the tail panel. Everything is in fantastic, and restored shape.

I’ll just give you a quick look in the trunk here. Absolutely excellence in the car. Original old spares, don’t have to go buy spares. It’s still in the car with the jack, and all of that.

Like I said, we’re really excited to be open here. Just to give you an update, we got a few real neat cars that have come in. We got 1966 Hemi Charger. That’s a really neat one. That will be here next week, coming up. We got our numbers matching Big Block. 1968, 440 Standard car. That will be here, GTX, great car.

Once again, my name is Keith Bedard. 780-953-7906. Give me a call, and come down and have a look at this beautiful ’70 Coronet Convertible.

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