For Sale 1969 Dodge Polara 500 with 440 Magnum - $995

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    Blue, white top, white interior, HP motor....sunk in the dirt up to the rims....unbelievable.

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    I know I hope this is not a repost it sounds to good to be true almost someone here might already know about it.
     
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    I'd give him 400 if it was in Texas.
     
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    Well it looks like it's at least been sitting on top of a blue tarp :eusa_think:

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    12 hours from me, urgh.
     
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    Hi-po manifolds...engine looks legit.

    No title though. bummer :(
     
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    Title is not a big deal,......

    Isn't this the car everyone here is looking for, and is always begrudging the cost???

    C body, 440HP, numbers matching, D32, C16,....great colors/paint, white interior, 3:23 Sure-Grip......and less than 1,000 bucks?

    What's the problem? This car is FRICKING rare, it appears to be a NON A/C car! Total Bonus,.... find another for under $1,000.

    Many of you guys want something for nothing,........here it is.
     
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    Title is a big deal if you want a driver. Been there, done that!

    For a parts car, I agree, the price is right for what your getting !
     
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    I decided to stop in and this is what I find? Nice! For the price the 440 may end up as B/E body filler. Strange that this is a manual brake car with the HP though. No title def hurts.
     
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    The motor is the thing that makes it interesting, for sure.

    Assuming it's not completely blown - thrown rod, spun bearings, sucked valves - and it's not seized up, then that alone is the selling point.

    Even if it's toast, there are probably enough other usable parts still there, that it's worth the asking price.

    But the body..eh...not so sure on that part. The rust on the driver's side rear quarter looks fairly severe.

    Hard to know without more pictures or seeing it in person.
     
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    Wow that is the hardtop sister to my 69 500 440 vert. It looks like that is B3 blue or has it just faded that much? Would look MUCH better as a slick top. Definelty worth that price even if it is a rusty pile as that hp engine, ex manifolds, dual snorkel, and a 093 trans. Those items alone are worth probably $1500. Somebody better snag that up. If it were closer I would.
     
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    Plus being a non-ac car there is a chance that alternator is a 36 amp one and those are MONEY for an A12 or 69 hemi guy. I found one on a 69 polara 500 383 car I have and I needed it for my A12 car and it was date coded prefectly. If I had to buy a core that matched it that would have been $300 plus sending it to Dixie to restore it. I can't tell if that is a double pulley on it or a single in the pic.
     
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    I wouldn't let no title stop me u can always get one sure it's a pain but you could say you are parting it out if you get any shit for having it. And for 1000 I am sure you could get it for cheaper you cant go wrong IMO.
     
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    There is your gentleman's Super Bee. Go git'er before somebody ruins what is left. Step up to the plate if you've been wanting a no-nonsense Mustang eater.
     
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    I think we ALL would like to see somebody adopt this poor orphan.

    It's crying for a good home!

     
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    IF seller responds in the affirmative, or if it aint gone by the weekend, I am sending a couple of my buddies (a mechanic and a body guy) up the thruway to look at it.

    even though it appears to have spent a long time on the ground, if it at least looks like it does in the pictures, i'd gladly leave 10 "Franklins" behind for the parts alone (if the body is outside my resto tolerance range).
     
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    Don't get too anxious. You have a bus to do.
     
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    Shoot it is better than a gentleman's super bee as those were 383 cars only unless an A12. this is a gentleman's Coronet RT or Charger RT. That is why I wanted my 69 500 vert with the 375 horse 440 as that was about THE only way to get a drop top dodge in 69 with a 375 horse engine except for the coronet RT. Something about these 69's are more muscular looking than the 70 verts. I love the 70's but these just seem to scream a little more come and get it. At least the front ends do IMO.
     
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