1970 Dodge Superbee, COMPARE this METAL to the rest, swing-out windows are "in"

Price: US $20,200.00 Item location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Coronet
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Superbee
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 47,171
  • VIN: WM21N0G229679
  • Color: Burnt Orange
  • Engine size: 6.3 liter Ramcharger (outside air induction)
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1970 Dodge Coronet

1970 Dodge Superbee, #'s Match, Original Ramcharger, Rotisserie, Low Miles

I sell to USA and Other Countries, my last B-body went to Germany.

QUESTION: What value does a painted underbody add to a rotisserie restoration?

ANSWER: It could be as high as the cost to replace all the floor pans, after putting your foot through a THIN floor that is held together by undercoating or hidden by flat black paint.

When I was stationed in Germany, my BMW had to be "Autobahn worthy". The inspector stomped on the floorboards, not a common practice in the USA.I guarantee that the floor metal itself is as thick as the day it was factory stamped, NOT delaminated to half its thickness then treated and undercoated or painted flat black. My close-up pictures of the smooth painted underbody metal tell the story.If you cannot fly from oversees to the USA to inspectthis vehicle, you don't have to gamble.With this Superbee you got the guarantee of full metal thickness andclose-up picturesof smooth painted metal that won't hide flaking metal.

LIFETIME North Texas Car, NEVER exposed to Northern road salt, NEVER exposed to coastal (ocean-side) salt atmospheres. With 47,171 Original Miles and with less than 2500 miles since Rotisserie Restoration. This is a Numbers Matching Superbee with factory N-96 Ramcharger Upgrade Option (functional Ram-air Hood). Drive it Home.

STYLE: This "Post Coupe" body style has surpassed the "Hardtop" body style in overall appeal with features such as the “Swing-out” rear windows which excite even the casual observer. MOPAR enthusiasts recognize this "Post Coupe" to be the rarer of the two styles.

AUTHENTICITY: Photos of matching numbers are provided. Numbers stamped into body and block, all match with the numbers on all VIN & Data Tags. I include a photo of the data plate decode, you may also verify this yourself at http://www.stockmopar.com/mopar-fender-tag-decoder.php

BODY & UNDERBODY: Unibody frame-rails are factory straight. Doors, hood, truck, fenders all line up. Doors properly align and close tight. Photos of underbody are provided. Getting proper lighting for underbody pictures is difficult, but I believe that I clearly show that the painted quality of the underside beats the heck out of that nasty undercoating that came on so many of these cars. I included trunk pictures. Even if you don’t buy this car, remember to always keep a breathable fabric under the rubber trunk mat, like I show in pictures. Paint is FK5 – Burnt Orange, and when the sun hits the metallic, the color really “lights-up”, much similar to the bronze color of the newer challengers.


In parallel with the Rotisserie Restoration of the body, the Engine and Drive train were improved as follows:

Block Details: Cooked and Magnafluxed, 0.484 Lift Cam Mopar Purple Shaft Cam with New Hydraulic Lifters. New Crank Bearings, Cam Rod and Cam Bearings.

Heads Details: Magnafluxed. Complete Valve job, Hardened Seats in Exhaust Valves. New Edelbrock Performance Intake and Edelbrock Carburetor. New Timing Chain, New Water Pump, New High Volume Oil Pump with New Intermediate Oil Pump Shaft, New Fuel Pump, New Mopar Electronic Distributer. Transmission Details; Complete Transmission rebuild with adjustable shift Kit Installed and New Torque Converter. Full Core Radiator. Gear Reduction Starter, Complete Exhaust with flowmasters and Headman Headers.

STEERING, SUSPENSION & BRAKES: After completing the Rotisserie Restoration of the body, the steering, suspension & brakes were improved as follows: New Power Steering Pump, New Power Steering Gear. Suspension was removed and had a complete rebuild with new parts. New Ball Joints, Tie rods, Bushings.

Front power disc brakes - received a brand new dual diaphragm booster and Hemi master cylinder (supplied by the Ram Man). New Calipers, Hoses and Brake pads. Completely rebuilt rear drum brake system.

ELECTRICAL DETAILS: After completing the Rotisserie Restoration of the body, much of the Electrical Wiring was refreshed, Gauges were all removed and professionally restored and a New Ignition Switch was installed in the Column.

INTERIOR: Excellent condition, no rips, tears or holes in upholstery. Dashpad is beautiful. Carpets Excellent. Headliner Excellent.

VALUE: This show winning quality Superbee has over $50,000.00 in restoration. Outstanding Investment Quality; Show Quality MOPAR.


Pickup and shipping: The buyer is responsible for vehicle pickup or shipping.

Vehicle location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States

Sell-to locations: Will sell worldwide

Storage: I will store the vehicle 14 days after end of auction. You must receive my email to extend this time.