View Full Version : ISO: 1970 Coronet 500. Please Surface!!

02-17-2018, 04:32 PM
Sold 15 years ago, itís time to find it! 1970 Coronet 500. Painted Viper yellow, black vinyl top, black bucket seats no console...WP23L0A195618. X my fingers!

02-17-2018, 09:45 PM
Good luck Furyous

02-17-2018, 10:50 PM
What area of the world ?

02-18-2018, 01:38 PM
What area of the world ?

I live in idaho, sold to a car guy from the dakotas, no clue if it stayed in the states or went else where? Iíve tried DMV and Police but no luck, they wonít give out names or privacy info. Iím trying the internet now. Thanks for the reply

02-18-2018, 04:46 PM
Never give up.

My son lives in Star

02-18-2018, 08:08 PM
Good luck Furyous! Hope you guys are re-united soon!

juan a.
02-20-2018, 08:36 PM
Hello Furyous,

I'm sorry to hear but not surprised that DMV and the police were not able to help you. I think those days are gone, too many crazy folks out there. I read your post and thought of how I could help you because I can appreciate where you're coming from.

You're on the right track, go back to where you know you last saw it and work the trail from there. Also, post an ad for sale of a car just like the one you're looking for in Craigslist or any other local newspaper in the town or city you think the car may be in. Because I've learned that even though we have a car we still want another one...lol...so we'll go through the classifieds even though we know we can't afford to buy but we love to dream. Wait to see who calls you and then tell the person that calls you that you're looking for your old car and get the word out. It's up to you if you want to offer them some help with something they may be looking for. Some people will do it just to help out, others will do it and expect money or something.

I've learned that car guys love to call on classifieds just to tell you that they have something better in their garage or how they have or used to have a car like that or call just to check it out for a friend. Oh and one more thing, if it went to an ol' timer, then he's probably not on any of the forums, some not all of the ol' timers prefer to stick to themselves. You could also call on ads in the area for Mopar parts for sale and ask the sellers if they know where your old car may be.

It may take a while, but you'll find it! Keep at it!

Good luck!

Juan "Lance's friend"

02-22-2018, 09:57 PM
That was my first car, same color combo with a 318,wish I had her back

03-16-2018, 03:19 PM
Still no real leads on finding the car.........yet! Is there a way to find out if the car went outside the USA? Wish I could remember or find the info from the buyer but no luck, just a VIN which has proven to be no help, haha. At any rate I will keep my eyes and ears open.