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1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee Tour

This is a quick tour of a 1969 Dodge Super Bee, enjoy! This car is equipped with factory 383 high performance, 4-speed manual heavy duty and the N96 Ram Charger Ram Air system.


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134487 / 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/n3bfolj When the Plymouth Road Runner experienced decent results, the executives at Dodge decided that it was time to build a competitor to Plymouth's Muscle Car. Even with the Charger and Coronet R/T Dodge still built a new creation dubbed the Super Bee. Many looked at the creation as a flat out steal from the Roadrunner. Regardless, the mid-year creation was seen as a success as Dodge created over 48,000 Super Bees in 1968. This 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee stands today, as a true testament to why these cars were so popular. The Super Bee has been completely restored, features the powerful original 383ci V8 and a stunning look. Thanks to a complete restoration the Super Bee today is covered in a fresh coat of the correct (EB5) Bright Blue Metallic paint. The body looks immaculate and it starts with the, new for 1970, twin looped front bumper that Dodge executives referred to them as the bumble bee wings. Within the twin loops sits some Dodge badging, and four headlights. In the center of the front end, the famous Super Bee logo is on the bottom of the hood. Make you way up the hood and you'll find the functional ram air hood scoops and hood pins. The hood scoops look fantastic with chrome tips and chrome 383 badging, and on both fenders you'll find the (L31) fender mounted turn signals. Wrapping the trunk and quarters is the black bumble bee stripes that contain Harvey Winn's famous Super Bee logo. On the rear bumper you'll find more Dodge badging and another Super Bee logo. Dodge offered three options for an engine in 1970, the first was a 383ci Magnum rated at 335hp, a 440 Magnum with 390hp and a 426 Hemi capable of 425hp. Pull the hood pins and lift the massive hood, and you'll reveal the original (E63) 383 big block Magnum V8 that is easily capable of laying down plenty of rubber on the streets thanks to the 335hp. At the top of the engine an orange air filter gives away what is beneath it with 383 Magnum badging. The block, valve covers, and air filter cover are all painted in orange and accent the blue engine bay very nicely. In front of the engine is the 26-inch radiator that is responsible for cooling the 383 Magnum. Bolted to the original block is the near bullet proof A-727 3-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission. Put this true Coronet Super Bee on a lift and you'll see an underside that is covered in flat black. The spent gasses from the 383 Magnum travel out stock appearing headers and to dual Exhausts complete with an X-pipe and Magnaflow mufflers that help create a great sound out the back of the car. The Super Bee came standard with heavy duty suspension that included leaf springs in the rear. It's pretty standard underneath besides where the previous owner upgraded the brakes to Stainless Steel Brake Company's 4-wheel discs. In front of those brakes are the 15x8 Chrome Magnum 500 rims that have been wrapped in BF Goodrich Radial T/A rubber. Inside the car you'll find a correct (B7) Dark Blue interior that looks as good today as it did when it rolled off the showroom. The blue vinyl front bucket seat looks like it has never been used and is an amazing place to log miles from. Above the seats, a taught blue headliner stretches the length of the roof. In front of the driver is the "three on the tree" controls for the transmission and an instrument cluster that includes a 150mph speedo, analog clock, fuel gauge, water temperature, oil pressure, and voltage meters. Below the gauges the original AM/FM 8 track player is still installed, however the owners opted to install a new AM/FM CD player with remote controls under the dash. Behind the driver and passengers is another bench seat. On the floor is blue carpet and blue floor mats to finish off the look. As we stated, originally Dodge built the Super Bee to be an affordable muscle car option for the public. It was capable of running 14 second quarter-mile times and was priced roughly at $3,000. Today this Super Bee still as an affordable option if you are in the market for an incredible muscle car from an era where pure muscle ruled the streets. Make sure you stop by our Charlotte showroom today to see this gorgeous muscle car in person. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information

134386 / 1969 Dodge Coronet A12 Super Bee
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/nk43kx2 If you're looking for the ultimate piece of Detroit metal that'll show as well as it tears up the road, this freshly restored Dodge is just the opportunity you've been waiting for! Is there any cooler pigment than this Super Bee's shockingly nice Bahama Yellow urethane? As one of the more subdued and scarce hues to come out of Chrysler's hip, 'brighter is better' mindset, the car's rare code 96 yellow is some of the crispest paint to ever adorn classic Mopar metal. Naturally, the fall-like hue looks right at home highlighting this rotisserie-restored coupe's laser-straight panels, razor-sharp lines, and rock-solid profile. When expertly applied under traditional black accents and buffed to a show worthy shine, it becomes an absolutely fantastic reminder as to just how cool Detroit's golden era really was. And overall, this Dodge's first class reboot creates a high gloss visual masterpiece which oozes the bare knuckle confidence and old school appeal that made Chrysler street warriors the stuff of legend! Pull this Dodge's famous stainless hood pins and you'll find a correct, 440 cubic inch Chrysler V8 that's been fully rebuilt, completely sorted and thoroughly detailed for show. At the top of that 390 horsepower monster, a correct trio of Holley carburetors rides within a giant, Hemi Orange air cleaner. At the base of those carburetors, a correct Edelbrock intake hangs between correct heads and traditional, stamped steel valve covers. At the front of those valve covers, a reliable points distributor shoots spark through reproduction Chrysler Electronic Suppression wires. And at the sides of that distributor, fully restored Exhaust manifolds funnel spent gases into great sounding, true-dual tail pipes. Behind that big engine, a correct A833 4-speed applies power to a rugged Dana 60 rear end that spins a posi-traction differential around tall, 4.10 gears. Below that proven drivetrain, a heavy duty front torsion bar and rear leaf suspension has been completely rebuilt to include a correct A12 sway bar, correct 'uneven' leaf springs and traditional drum brakes. And power flows to the pavement via 15-inch steel wheels that spin authentic looking G70-15 Goodyear Custom Wide Tread redlines around chrome lug nuts and glossy black paint. Open this coupe's big, solid doors and sit down inside a cockpit where legendary Mopar power melds seamlessly with a no frills, no-nonsense driving environment. At the center of the car's floors, firm bench seats have been stuffed with fresh padding and topped with correctly pleated covers. In front of those seats, an expertly restored dash frames rebuilt factory gauges beside a correct Chrysler Solid State radio. And in front of the driver, a large-diameter steering wheel spins a monochromatic, fratzog-branded horn button around a fully rebuilt steering column. This '69 A12 Coronet has it all: looks to kill, power that never stops and a storied history that's super cool in and of itself. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

1970 Dodge Super Bee
It doesn't get any better than this....a perfect example! 440 c.i. six pack...functional hood scoops..this one looks the part of a racer! Takes me back to the day I owned a 68 Coronet!

134316 / 1969 1/2 Dodge Coronet A12 Super Bee
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/d5x9e8e Dressed in a correct and highly desirable black and Hemi Orange color combination, rocking an original Magnum 440 Six Pack under its hood and hiding a tough A833 4-speed under its floors, this Galen Govier certified A12 Super Bee is the kind of investment grade classic that will continue to rise in value! Judging by the spectacular looks of this slick Super Bee's body, everything from welding up its new quarter and filler panels to blocking its surfaces, spraying its glossy basecoat, and buffing its mirror-like clearcoat was handled by one very meticulous team. The car's tough, slab-sided profile has been straightened and finessed until it looks smoother and lines up better than most of today's showroom fresh offerings. Its glossy two-stage urethane accurately reproduces Chrysler's vivid Hemi Orange finish while providing a wet-look shine that's only achieved with decades of highly advanced paint technology. And overall, this broad shouldered B-body is one super slick show piece which wraps brutal performance and a high level of accuracy in classic lines and killer good looks. Rebuilt, fully-detailed and wearing a correct 2536430-8 casting number, a (5) May (8) 8th of 1969 (69) casting date and a matching 302883 partial VIN, this slick Coronet's 440 cubic inch Magnum V8 is spectacular in every measurable way. At the top of the 390 horsepower monster, a correct trio of Holley 2-barrel carburetors is housed within a fully-functional induction system that inhales so much air you might worry about the hood caving in at full throttle! At the base of those carburetors, a correct Edelbrock aluminum intake rides between original heads and traditional stamped steel valve covers. At the front of those valve covers, a reliable electronic distributor sends spark through correct reproduction Chrysler plug wires. And at the sides of that distributor, restored original Exhaust manifolds funnel spent gases into a great sounding true dual Exhaust system. Like the block itself, the car's Hemi Orange engine bay is highly detailed and features an impressive roster of authentic equipment. There's a rebuilt master cylinder bolted to the firewall, a correct 26 inch radiator pushing water through reproduction Chrysler hoses and correct squeeze clamps, a fresh Mopar red cap battery, and even a Chrysler branded washer fluid tank. Behind the legendary Chrysler big block you'll find an original A833 23 spline 4-speed which wears a correct 302883 partial VIN and a PP833 2860 0341 build stamp that decodes as an A833 model transmission (PP833) which was the 341st (341) unit produced on May 27th of 1969 (2860). Behind that transmission, a rugged Dana 60 rear end precisely correlates the driver's foot to floor ratio to the car's power to pavement ratio. And below that star studded drivetrain, a heavy duty front torsion bar and rear leaf suspension has been completely restored to include factory power steering and correct 11 inch power drum brakes. Exhaust is handled by free-flowing 2.5 inch pipes which send cooked dinosaurs through an H-style crossover, two-chamber Flowmaster mufflers and traditional stainless tips. And power flows to the ground through a standard set of 15 inch steel wheels which spin meaty 205/70 Firestone Supreme red line radials around chrome lug nuts and gloss black paint. This Coronet's fender tag says it was originally equipped with a Chrysler code X black interior and it has been restored, just as the factory intended, to provide the kind of jaw-dropping good looks you just can't find in today's cars. The rear bench and front bucket seats have been stuffed with firm padding and topped with high quality reproduction covers. At the sides of those seats, fresh door panels hang new armrests under fresh stainless trim and correct black frames. At the bottom of those seats, like-new carpet centers a chrome Hurst shifter inside a correct center console and stylish Super Bee floor mats. The dash, which appears to be original, hangs a set of fully rebuilt Rallye gauges beside an authentic Dodge Solid State AM radio that sports Chrysler's cool thumb-wheel knobs. And in front of the driver, an original looking steering wheel spins around a rebuilt steering column. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!

132898 / 1969 1/2 Dodge Coronet Superbee
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7xho6fp RK Motors Charlotte is unquestionably the home of the A12; you know, those killer Super Bees and Road Runners with lift-off hoods, 440 Six Pack engines, and four manual gears in the transmission. We've sold more than just about anyone else, and our staff is comprised of experts who know these cars inside and out and can tell from 20 feet away whether they're correct. We've restored the two most valuable A12s in existence, the first one off the assembly line and the famous Project Six Pack racer. We're not alone in our appreciation of these amazing machines, either, and nobody here at RK Motors Charlotte was surprised when the market for these cars took a big jump skyward. Recent auction results show that even non-numbers-matching A12s are red hot, with more than a few changing hands for six-figure price tags. Even Sports Car Market magazine noted that at $120,000, a non-numbers-matching car was priced "market correct." Now take a moment to consider what a documented, 4-speed A12 with its original, numbers-matching engine in a one-of-one color combination might be worth today... Well, actually, you don't have to imagine it. RK Motors Charlotte is proud to present this totally unique, correct, matching-numbers A12 restored by our own craftsmen and ready to start collecting trophies at the very highest levels. Seriously, have you ever seen an A12 with a white vinyl top? I'm guessing the answer is, "No," because this A12 is a documented one of one! And yes, we have a Chrysler Corporation Broadcast Sheet on the car to back up its unusual configuration, as well as the original Lynch Road fender tag that is still on the car. Ironically, while these cars were originally cheap and dirty racers for guys with only 3 or 4 nickels to rub together, this one has had a fortune invested in it to make it one of the nicest A12s on Earth. Panel gaps are excellent all around, and even the lift-off hood fits better than they did when they were new. We had this car parked next to the all-original survivor A12 on the floor, and the difference between this paint and the vintage 1969 stuff is mind-blowing. Don't get me wrong, original is cool, but anyone who sees this car in person will understand that there's just nothing like immaculate, deep, color-sanded and buffed urethane to make a car look like a million bucks. OK, so it looks nice. How does it run? Well, have a look under the hood. That's the original, matching-numbers 440HP big block, fully detailed and covered in matching Hemi Orange paint. Up top, there's a correct Edelbrock Six Pack intake with three 2-barrel carburetors complete with the proper choke and fast idle solenoid assemblies, all fed by that giant oval air cleaner that inhales deeply through the scoop on the lift-off hood. The battery's a group 25 reproduction item with the correct red caps, and note that the alternator pulley is the correct 2-belt piece, even though these cars never used the second groove. New cables, the correct PCV valve and a rebuilt master cylinder add to the look, and it was assembled and painted just the way the factory would do it, overspray and all. Underneath you'll find some of the finest metalwork we've ever seen on a car. Since this is an A12, after all, there's also a heavy duty 4-speed manual transmission feeding a stout Dana 60 out back with 4.10 gears and a Sure Grip limited slip unit. There's a new dual Exhaust system with all the correct hangers and polished tips, rebuilt stock suspension, and fresh brakes all around. Wheels are correctly stamped A12 steel units finished in basic black wearing Goodyear Polyglas redlines as original. A vast majority of these cars had black interiors, so finding one spec'd with an original white interior is a very pleasant surprise. The black carpets and dashboard keep it from being overwhelming, and all the soft parts are new, of course. Rebuilt gauges, including the Tic-Toc-Tach, live under a fresh dash pad, and tie in nicely with the restored steering wheel. The white seats feature new foam over the original frames, covered with exact reproduction seat covers that fit snugly and without the wrinkles you see on lesser restorations. Those of you who have admired some of RK Motors other restorations, well, here's your chance to own an incredibly rare A12 that was restored by the nation's foremost A12 authority. You'll blow people away at shows with the unusual color combination, and I can almost guarantee nobody has ever seen one like this before. The market is definitely on the move, and you can own this correct, freshly restored A12 with its original, numbers-matching engine for about what the other guys are paying for also-rans. Visit our website at http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com now before someone else recognizes that this is a rare opportunity!

134227 / 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/lammvou When the pros at RKM Performance Center got their hands on the one and only 'Bengal Super Bee', the decision was made to put it through a deluxe, no-holds-barred restoration that transformed it into the show-stopping muscle car you see here. The restoration began with a complete disassembly which involved all original pieces being catalogued. Next, the car's tub was stripped to bare metal and supplemented with a few small patches. Patched and disassembled, the body was outsourced for a non-acidic chemical dip. Fresh from that dip, that fuselage was completely submerged in E-coat and baked at roughly 400 degrees. Now protected from rust and weathering, the car's panels were hung and laser straightened. Those straight panels called for a new coat of primer, which was blocked out numerous times. The original floor-pans were oversprayed to mimic a factory-fresh appearance, then satin clearcoated for their protection. With those floors finished, it was time for a little color-keyed body sealer. That sealer was topped with a smooth DBC PPG basecoat and 2002 PPG clear. That clear was mirrored by roughly 80 hours of blocking and buffing. And, to finish things off, we ignored the car's original broadcast sheets by applying fresh Black C-stripes. More popular than Chrysler's famed Hemi, and almost as feared, Dodge's 390 horsepower, 440 Six Pack powerplant was designed to be the industry's best combination of comfort, streetability and big block performance. As with its body, this Super Bee's correct 440/A833, 18-spline 4-speed drivetrain was completely pulled apart and mechanically and cosmetically restored. It took us a while but we located and restored a set of date-coded heads, a correct intake and three 2-barrel carburetors. And then we threw in a barrage of parts including: a new alternator, a new master cylinder, a new starter, new wiring harnesses, new Exhaust manifolds, a new air cleaner, a new radiator and a correct Air Grabber assembly. Like that first class drivetrain, this B-Body's chassis was subjected to an Exhaustive restoration. Aside from a complete mechanical rebuild, work on the car's suspension began with a freshly dipped, epoxy-coated and scuffed rear end that was sanded numerous times to display a 'just from the factory' appearance. Opposite that rear end, an original K-frame was dipped, metal-finished, sprayed in epoxy, sanded, blocked and then sprayed in factory-correct Satin Black. The car's control arms and steering components were all chemical-dipped, epoxied and then finished to factory specifications. And everything rolls on reproduction Rallye wheels, dent-free trim rings and meaty F60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs. Inside the car you'll find a correct Black and White interior that's received a complete top-to-bottom makeover. New or restored items include the headliner, dash, instrument cluster, seat covers, seat foams, shifter ball, door panels, kick panels, sill plates and carpeting. And out back, the trunk was properly restored with an original jack, fresh hardware and a correct spare tire. Well, there you have it. Fully documented and fully restored, this stunning Super Bee is a magnificent showpiece that's suitable for any significant Chrysler collection. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com to write yourself into the next chapter of this Mopar's awesome story.

132715 / 1969 Dodge Coronet Superbee
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/bp28o2m The great thing about the muscle car era is that the factory created new high-performance models based on existing platforms, meaning that there's a great deal of parts compatibility. On the one hand, that makes clones possible, but on the other, it allows the enterprising enthusiast the ability to build dream cars that may never have existed in the first place. Take, for example, this 1969 Dodge Coronet convertible, fully dressed in Super Bee regalia with a thumping 440 under the hood. While the factory never built such a beast, it doesn't take much to build your own phantom, a car that the factory COULD have built, but never did. This stunning convertible was completely rebuilt from the ground up to be not only brutally fast, but impressively accurate as well. The bodywork was straightened and finessed until it was as straight as any concours contender, and since well-known builder Reid Stevens knew this car would be getting A LOT of scrutiny at shows, he went the extra mile to make sure everything lined up correctly. Two-stage urethane accurately reproduces the Rallye Green finish, which has a lot of metallic and a hint of gold underneath, so it positively glows in the sunlight. If you crave attention at the next Mopar Nationals, this is your ride. If you build a car that looks this fast, you'd better be able to back it up. Fortunately, the guys dipped into the Mopar parts bin, just as the factory would have, and served up a thumping 440 cubic inch V8 topped by a big 4-barrel, although a freshly rebuilt Six Pack setup is included with the car. The Hemi Orange enamel on the block is as nice as the paint on the body, the decals throughout are accurate, and even things like hoses, clamps, and the windshield wiper motor are correct. The only transmission you wanted in your Super Bee, factory-issued or otherwise, is an A833 4-speed manual topped by a Hurst shift linkage and feeding an 8.75-inch rear with street-friendly 3.55 gears on a Sure Grip. There's a massive 3-inch Exhaust system with an X-pipe and electric cut-outs just ahead of the stock style mufflers, as well as a set of disc brakes up front, and it offers fresh shocks at all four corners, new lines and hoses throughout, and a shiny clean gas tank hanging at the rear. Topping it off are those gorgeous polished 17-inch Torque Thrust wheels wearing massive low-profile BFGoodrich radials. The fender tag says this originally had a black bench seat, but you can't argue with the jaw-dropping looks of the black and white bucket seat setup that's in there now. Fresh black carpets, reproduction door panels, and that gorgeous center console give it a high performance look and a new car feel. All the gauges have been rebuilt and are fully functional, even the tick-tock-tach. In back, the trunk offers a reproduction mat, full-sized spare, and a complete jack assembly. Just looking at the quality of the workmanship, it shouldn't be a surprise that this car cost more than $100,000 to build, but that only makes it an outstanding example of a supercar meant to be driven. Call, click, or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this extremely impressive Super Bee.

133289 / 1969 Dodge Coronet A12 Super Bee
If you're looking for some old school Detroit metal that wraps some of the nastiest muscle your money can buy in one of the best looking packages to ever prowl American streets, this badass Mopar is your kinda style! According to the story included with this rare Dodge's sale it began life, like so many A12s, as a dedicated drag racer. The car would literally roll out of the shop on Friday, make 10 second passes up and down the strip on Saturday, and roll back into the shop on Sunday. Fast forward several owners and many years later when, in the summer of 1985, a dedicated Mopar fan picked it up for a grand total of $1500. As it sat, the car displayed what was thought to be 23,000 original miles, was still decked in its original blue and white race armor, and was a mess of broken body panels and barely running mechanical pieces. Thankfully the skilled owner set into a multi-year restoration that would begin with stripping the car's body down to its original Bright Green Metallic finish, transition to salvaging and rebuilding its many original parts, and end with a fresh combination of correct green basecoat, black Super Bee markings and mirror-like clearcoat. Pull this Dodge's famous stainless hood pins and you'll find a correct 440 cubic inch V8 which looks ALMOST as good as it runs. Professionally rebuilt, fully detailed and ready for the strip, this accurately spec'd monster block will take its driver from 'confident' to 'scared stiff' in mere seconds! At the top of the 390 horsepower mill, a trio of correct Holley 2-barrel carburetors is housed within a fully-functional induction system that inhales today just as well as it did 43 years ago. At the base of those carburetors, a correct Edelbrock aluminum intake rides between correct heads and traditional stamped steel valve covers. At the front of those valve covers, a reliable points distributor sends spark through reproduction Chrysler Electronic Suppression wires. And at the sides of that distributor, restored original Exhaust manifolds funnel spent gases into a great sounding true dual Exhaust system. Behind that thumpin' Chrysler RB block, a stout A833 4-speed twists an original Dana 60 posi-traction rear end around big, 11 second gears. Below that proven drivetrain, a heavy duty front torsion bar and rear leaf suspension has been completely rebuilt to include a correct A12 K-member, correct 'uneven' leaf springs and correct 11 inch brakes. Above that proven drivetrain, over-restored floors have been layered in brilliant green urethane and dressed with everything from a fresh stainless fuel tank to correct undercoating and fresh stainless brake and fuel lines. Exhaust is handled by free-flowing 2.5 inch pipes which jettison cooked dinosaurs via an H-style crossover, traditional turbo mufflers and spotless stainless tips. And power flows to the pavement through a fresh set of 15 inch steel wheels which spin authentic looking F70-15 Firestone Wide Oval Super Sports around chrome lug nuts and gloss black paint. Open this Coronet's rock solid doors and sit down inside a cockpit where legendary Mopar power melds seamlessly with a no frills, no-nonsense driving environment. It's nicknamed the 'taxi cab interior', and it's been restored just as the factory intended: to provide the perfect combination of striper car weight and big car durability. At the center of the floors, rebuilt bench seats wrap firm padding and new frames in correct reproduction covers. At the bottom of those seats, like-new carpet anchors "Super Bee" stitched floor mats at the sides of a correct Hurst goose neck shifter. In front of those seats, the car's expertly restored dash hangs a full set of rebuilt Rallye gauges beside a correct Solid State AM radio that's complete with Chrysler's super cool thumb-wheel knobs. And in front of the driver, a correct three-spoke steering wheel spins a silver trimmed horn button around a rebuilt steering column. If you're in the market for some solid Mopar muscle that'll be a constant source of pride and provide years of fun, this top notch Dodge is the car for you! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome Super Bee!

1970 Dodge Super Bee Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! 1970 Dodge Super Bee History The Dodge Super Bee was a limited-production muscle car from Dodge, produced from 1968 until 1971. The original Dodge Super Bee was based on the design of the Dodge Coronet, designed as a two-door coupe, and was produced from 1968 until 1970. The origin of the name, "Super Bee", has its basis in the "B" Body designation pertinent to Chrysler's mid-sized cars, including the Road Runner and Charger. For the 1970 model, the Super Bee received a cosmetic redesign and a new front-end was designed that consisted of a twin-looped front bumper that Dodge Public Relations referred to as "bumble bee wings". 1970 cars from Dodge featured several new or improved options. A "C- stripe" variant of the bumble stripe was offered, in addition to new high-back bucket seats, a steering column-mounted ignition and a "pistol-grip" Hurst shifter on four-speed models. VIN WM23N0G145998 This beautiful Super Bee was a true barn find. The previous owner purchased the car in 2006 and completely restored it in 2011. He did everything aside from the vinyl top and windshield. The restoration is photo documented. The sale includes the Original Build Sheet, Original Shifter, Air Cleaner and other miscellaneous original parts. Mechanics Born with a 383ci Motor Now Has a 1971 440ci High Compression Engine with 500+ HP 440ci Motor Bored 0.30 Over (Casting # 2536480-7, Date Code 3/4/71) 11:1 Compression 727 Transmission with 3400 Stall Converter Pistol Grip Manual Valve Transmission (Requires shifting) 8 ¾ Rear End with Posi-Traction and 3:23 Gears (Last 3 Digits are 489) Fender Tag Intact Rear Air Shocks Manual Brakes, Front Disc Rear Drum Power Steering Stainless Steel Electric Exhaust Dumps Flowmaster Exhaust with 2.5" Pipes Chromed Manifolds Chrome Valve Covers Chrome Alternator Dual Quad Carbs Edelbrock Intake Stainless Steel Hoses Electric Fan New Radiator Ceramic Coated Hooker Headers Painted Inner Fenders and Firewall Updated Performance Suspension New Gas Tank Body Original Color was "Top Bananna Yellow" Taken Down to Bare Metal and Media Blasted New Rear Quarter Panels Trunk is Signed by Mr. Norm Trunk is Nicely Painted Base Coat/Clear Coat Yellow Paint with Black Enamel Vinyl Top New Stainless Steel New Chrome Bumpers Trunk is Painted Correctly Doors Fit and Operate Great New BF Goodrich Tires - 235/70/15 Front, 275/60/15 Rear) New American Racing Wheels Undercarriage is Painted with POR15 Frame is in Great Shape Pinch Welds and Rockers Look Great Wheel Wells are Clean Interior Black Interior Pistol Grip Manual Valve Transmission (Requires shifting) Center Console New Carpet New Doorskins New Headliner New Dashboard Under Dash Gauges Aftermarket Radio Door Buzzer Works Speakers Mounted on Package Tray Custom Steering Wheel Super Bee Floor Mats Seatbelts Front and Rear Speedo Works, Gas Gauge Works Don't Miss Out! Call Tom 7 Days a Week, Including Holidays! 248-974-9513 www.vanguardmotorsales.com

1949 Dodge Coronet Gyro-Matic Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of beautiful all original 1949 Dodge Coronet with the Gyro-Matic Auto transmission. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.

1968 Dodge Super Bee Red
Performance was the name of the game here....probably has the 383 c.i. engine. The idea was to put a large displacement engine in a very basic body...and make performance available to the masses. The new upholstery in this car is particularly attractive!

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