I have two 1969 Coronets and they sell for less than a 1969 Charger, but more than a Satellite and Road Runner (GTX is a trim level for a Road Runner). A Coronet Super Bee sells for less than a Coronet R/T unless it is the A12 package (1969-1/2 six pack). Condiiton is the key, but there are are many B bodies in ome form or another:
I may be missing a few. I am partial to Dodge Coronet R/T as they came standard with a 440 engine and a 426 Hemi as an option ($$$). Dodge Coronet Super Bees came standard with a 383 and usually were stripped down models with manual steering and manual transmissions to compete with the Plymouth Road Runner. The Plymouth GTX was the Coronet R/T's upscale cousin with power steering and chrome trim as well as the 440.