RARE, BELIEVED #'S MATCH 383 V8, AUTO, 52K ACTUAL MI, PWR STEER, CORRECT COLOR!
This is one of the most desirable muscle cars you can find. The 1970 Dodge Super Bee is rare, fast, and has one of the most unique styles to come from Detroit's days of street domination. So when you can find one with its correct Plum Crazy paint, 51933 actual miles, and the original 383 under the hood, you realize this is exceptional muscle car fruit that's ripe and ready to be picked.
The styling for 1970 was pretty unique for this one model year. The super-hot Super Bee packaged muscle cars had a seriously mean appearance with the wide dual grille that truly looked a bit like bumble bee wings. These separated grilles are particularly great on this muscle machine because they drive attention to the aggressive dual hood scoops. Straight bodywork is especially critical on Mopar's iconic block B-body cars, because while these were the midsize offering, the stylists knew how to give them the look of unflinching full-size authority. And you can see from the unbroken curves on this one's flanks that the bodywork was done well. These Mopars had a long list of fun and funky paint options, and arguably none were better than this factory-correct Plum Crazy. It looks especially great today thanks to an investment in a modern respray that knows how to shimmer in the sunshine. But more than just the High Impact color, this one has all the great details, such as the Super Bee white striping, matching white roof, Mopar Mag wheels with Goodyear Polyglas tires, and the Super Bee mascot properly placed all around the coupe.
We love it when the exterior trim color is a preview of the interior color. It gives a car the kind of uniform feeling that will have plenty of people sticking their heads into this pillarless hardtop to get a closer look. When they do, they'll see a solid investment in getting this Dodge looking right. The driver and passenger get high back vinyl bucket seats that are a nice reminder that the Dodge Coronet (basis for the Super Bee) was an all-day cruiser. The rest of the interior is fresh and clean, which makes it all feel like a 1970s time capsule. There's plenty of wood paneling on the center console and dash, and the factory three-spoke steering wheel is equal parts grippy, and artful.
You've already seen those racing hood pins on the front of this car, and you already know Super Bees only came with serious power, so you must know that this coupe doesn't disappoint. The 383 cubic-inch big block V8 does a good job of filling every inch of the very tidy engine bay. It's painted in the correct shade of Hemi Orange, and as you can tell from the state of all the components, the powerplant has had a lot of service and care. In fact, this V8 is believed to be the original motor, which always adds serious value to this Mopars. It inhales deeply through a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority from the newer dual exhaust. Out on the road, you have comfortable features like power steering and a three-speed automatic to make this muscle machine a comfortable cruiser, too.
Mopars are already some of the rarest muscle cars on the scene, and this coupe is one of the scarcest desirable Dodges around. The paint says, "Look at me!" but the low production numbers and throaty exhaust screams, "You will remember me!" So don't forget to call now!
Numbers Matching, Seatbelts-Front, Seatbelts-Rear, AM Radio, Defrost, Bias Ply Tires, Heat, Vinyl Interior, Power Brakes, Power Steering
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 383 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Color
- Plum Crazy
- Body Style
- Super Bee
- 51,933 (Actual)
- Interior Color
- Secondary Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
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