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1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

The Dodge Coronet Super Bee was Dodge’s answer on the Plymouth Road Runner, launched in 1968. Based on the entry level Coronet, the Super Bee got much of the performance options installed standard, such as the heavy-duty suspension, an optional Mopar A-833 four-speed manual transmission, high-performance tires, and a stripe (with the bee logo) wrapped around the tail. The name "Super Bee" was derived from the code of the used platform, the "B" Body which the Coronet uses.


This example has been restored some years ago before coming to Europe. It has been restored to its original specs. It was repainted in the original Y2 Yellow, fitted with the factory spec Vinyl roof, Tail stripe, wheels and even the Ram Charger hood (option N96). The paint still presents very good with no rust or bondo. The trunk and underside are as yellow as the rest of the car. Chrome on the car is in excellent condition without any pitting.


The interior is also restored to original specifications. The car has the original White bucket seats with the door frame painted white as well. The vinyl seats are in excellent condition without any wear on them. The correct steering wheel stands before the all working original gauges. The tic-tac tach is a cool feature from back in the days.


Mechanically the car is also in fantastic condition. The original 383ci Magnum has been replaced by an original 440ci Six Pack. The transmission is the 727 3 speed auto that shifts smooth and without any issues. The car has power steering and power brakes, which makes the car easy to drive.


Overall this is one of the nicest Super Bee’s for sale, packed with the iconic 440 Six Pack engine. It’s now ready to be driven once again by a new owner!

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