Recently resurrected as a ‘tribute trim’ for select production years of the Charger, the Super Bee originally got its start as a domestic muscle car manufactured by Dodge from 1968-1971. It was originally based on the Dodge Coronet two-door couple and branded as an affordable muscle car option for the American public.
Now, what we have here is an authentic 1969 Super Bee, complete with a date code correct 440 Six Pack engine that’s good for 390 horses under the hood. There’s been a few restorations and updates to the car as well – most notably its B5 Blue Metallic paint job. Additionally, the Super Bee features an aluminum Edelbrock manifold, dual exhaust, 4.10 Sure Grip differential, handsome black steel wheels, a Hurst shifter, and yellow headlamps. This original also now rides atop Firestone Redline Tires and is believed to have logged 48,135 miles as of this posting so there’s no doubt this classic muscle car still has some roar left in her for years to come.
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