Price: US $34,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Charger
  • SubModel: Super Bee
  • Type: Other
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 91,439
  • Color: Other
  • Engine size: 383 Magnum
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Other
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee

Attention Mopar fans, here are four of your favorite things a numbers-matching 383 Magnum V8, factory high impact color, highly documented, and fully restored. Yes, this 1971 Dodge Super Bee is everything you want, and more! And considering the rarity of the Mopars from this era, the price is exceptionally affordable.Let's start with the paint that's instantly grabbing your attention. It's the factory-correct GY3 high-impact Citron Yella. It looks like it could glow in the dark thanks to an investment in a very high quality professional respray during restoration. To standout against this neon-like color, the Super Bee hood, sports stripe package, and rear spoiler are all in a matte black. So they look like they're out to consume the light that the paint is radiating a very cool touch. All of it would not look this good unless there was serious time and money invested in the restoration, because after all, Mopar fans know the factory wasn't always up to making them this straight. But more than just its fantastic appearance, the car is a last stand for a muscle Mopar on a budget. 1971 was the final year for the Super Bee coupe, and it shares the Charger's long hood and sporty hardtop sensibilities. And how many of the original 5,054 do you think have been treated as well as this one over the last 45 years? Just look at the underside...can you say "mirrors at the car show"?Black is beautiful, and that's what this restored interior offers. It feels like there was no expense spared in making this one look factory correct and factory fresh. The standard bench seat is a nice reminder that this Super Bee was providing power on a budget. But even in the basic packaging, Dodge was providing a great design with a premium pattern. The more-than-you-paid-for appearance continues on the wood paneling that's on the doors, dash, and three-spoke steering wheel. As a performance Mopar, the round gauge Rallye instrument cluster was standard. The whole interior feels like a true time machine with even original controls on the AM radio and hear/defroster. This is the kind of interior that will have people talking even after they see the bold exterior paint!But, the best original looking package is under the hood. Not only has serious investment gone into making this 383 Magnum V8 look like the day it left the Lynch Road plant, but also this is actually the same motor that was installed the 45 years ago! The original powerplant fires up easily, and it's eager show off how much street eating power this four-barrel big-block puts down. But still, the dual exhaust can easily announce this gusto before having to prove anything. And no matter if you're on your way to the car show, or just on a Sunday drive, the power steering and Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic are always great features to have. But don't just read about these components; take some time to go over the undercarriage shots. The level of detail that this Super Bee received during restoration even in an area where hardly anyone ever sees tells you how serious the investment was.You already know the time, money, and effort finding parts it takes to restore a rare Mopar like this. So having a turnkey ready Super Bee with its factory buildsheet, owner's manual, title documentation, and maintenance records is truly something special. That's why we all know how fast it will sell at this very reasonable price. Call today!!