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1970 Super Bee Used Manual


1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee Description:

This 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee is no rebadged clone or tribute - it's the real deal. Wearing a signature MoPar exterior color and carrying professionally built big block power under its hood, this time-capsule worthy classic benefitted from some substantial investment and detailed restoration work and holds the promise of miles of future driving adventures for its next lucky owner. With is exterior draped in Hemi orange - about as fitting a shade for a MoPar classic as there could possibly be - and properly badged Super Bee black stripes ornamenting its rear fenders, this sharp looking Dodge is a great rolling example of just how in tune its manufacturer was with the tastes of performance-centric car buyers of the era. Generously proportioned, yet graceful and athletic, it radiates vintage MoPar charm and brings a smile to your face with just a quick glance. Its high impact paint is looking strong, those contrasting black decals are fresh and sharp and its body lines from front to back are tight and even, allowing the doors, hood and deck lid to open and shut smoothly. The windows have a dark but uniform tint to them and they're surrounded by fresh rubber seals and clean chrome trim to give this classic a subtly mysterious vibe. The burnt orange interior has been restored while keeping its factory appearance and looks sharp. It features a pair of signature high-backed bucket seats in really nice condition, with covers that show very little wear as they straddle a center console sporting the same condition and featuring an instantly recognizable MoPar pistol grip shifter. Below, the orange carpeting looks to have been fairly recently installed, while above, the headliner has a nice, snug fit to it and shows no blemishes or bubbles. The dash area sitting just in front of the original Super Bee steering wheel has a great vintage look to it and a few details will bring it to top form - its woodgrain accents are sharp and the AutoGauge tack sitting on its column is in good working order, but the pad running across the top does show a few splits in the top of the vinyl. The trunk area in back is sharp and well detailed, with a fresh looking stretch of fabric covering its floor and a full-size spare at the ready. Surrounded by inner fenders and a firewall painted to match the striking exterior, a 440 cubic inch V8 sits at the center of a very clean engine bay, surrounded by properly routed wires and fresh-hoses and dressed with a very sharp looking chrome Edelbrock air cleaner and chrome valve covers. Besides boasting the notoriety of being the big block most closely associated with MoPar classics of the era, it's been meticulously built by recognized pros and is in top form. An Edelbrock intake and Holley Demon carb have been added to up its output even further and it sounds great as it sings into the Hooker headers leading to its dual exhausts. Combine the 4-speed manual transmission sitting behind the engine with the 3.91 ratio Sure Grip rear end and you have a classic with some serious pulling power off the line. Power steering makes this vintage Dodge an easy navigator, while front disc brakes add dependable stopping ability as it cruises on its set of 15" stock MoPar wheels wrapped with BF Goodrich T/A radials that include a pair of sizable 275s in back for maximum gripping power. If you're looking to put a sharp, strong running example of MoPar magic in your garage, you have to check out this 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee. Call today!


Item location:Local pick-up only
Trim:Super Bee
Doors:2 Doors
Interior color:Other Color
Engine:440 V8
Vehicle Title:Clear