1970 Dodge Superbee
In 1970 Dodge went a little radical when they created the 1970 Dodge Superbee. Coming off a great year in 1969 with the Bee line, Dodge did a complete body change for 1970. The one year only design attracts a lot of attention and his highly collectable.
This Bee is still wearing its original Hemi-Orange paint, slightly patinad, with its Superbee stripe.
Sold new as a 383 4 bbl car with Pistol Grip 4-speed it was upgraded by one of its previous owners to a 440 Six Pack. Engine stamp is a true 440 HP engine, with nice street cam, headers, 3:91 sure grip and the factory 3x2 Carb set up.
A low option car except for Am-Fm, Stereo radio, bucket seats and rear defroster vent. This car wasnt bought for Sunday strolls through the neighborhood; its purpose was for racing on Friday and Saturday nights.
This Bee has a very solid and straight body. Frame is excellent. No floor or trunk pan rust. Does have some minor rust in both lower quarters and around back window.
This car is a true movie car. It had a short role in the movie King of the Hill where it was stolen and driven off.