1970 Dodge Super Bee

The Super Bee was a limited-production muscle car from Chrysler’s Dodge division produced from 1968 through 1971.

GM divisions had been doing it for years, but it wasn’t until 1968 that the two MOPAR divisions, Dodge and Plymouth, began to engage in a bit of sibling rivalry. The result was the Dodge Super Bee, a direct competitor to Plymouth’s Road Runner.

The Super Bee was restyled for 1970. To differentiate it from the Coronet that it was based on, the Super Bee did not get the dummy rear fender scoops as standard equipment. It also had horizontally divided (rather than individually segmented) taillamps.

High quality, correct restoration 1970 Dodge Super Bee 2 Door Hardtop. Fitted to this car; a NUMBERS MATCHING 440 Six-Pack with RAMCHARGER. The transmission is the factory A727 Torqueflite Automatic Column shift. Also fitted with a rare Dana 4.10 Super Drag Pack. The exterior has been painted to the original Plum Crazy with all the correct decals and emblems. High Dollar, no expense spared restoration on this appreciating Classic Mopar. Solid example, great investment value.

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