Price: US $75,000.00 Item location: Portland, Maine, United States
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Super Bee Coupe
  • SubModel: M-code, A12 Dodge Super Bee
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 70,611
  • VIN: WM21M9A301707
  • Color: Butterscotch
  • Engine size: 440 Magnum w/ Six Pack
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1969 Dodge Super Bee Coupe

This is a real deal M-code, A12 Dodge Super Bee you're looking at! This car started out in California where it was purchased new, then went into storage in 1973 and had not seen the light of day until 2006 when I bought the car. It has been stored professionally ever since. This Bee has 100% of its original sheet metal and most of its original paint. This vehicle has never had any rust anywhere. The paint is beautiful and has tons of shine as you can see in the photos. The interior is also 100% original and still in awesome condition. The chrome and glass are all very, very nice. This vehicle overall is stunning and turns heads everywhere!

One of 267 4-speed A12 Super Bee Coupes

Mostly original paint; Butterscotch exterior

Original stripe still intact

Trim and chrome very good

Engine compartment restored

440 Six-Pack Magnum engine, HP2 (proper color and accessories)

Original parts: radiator, carbs, intake, distributor, air cleaner and hood

Original numbers-matching 833A four-speed manual Hemi transmission

Dana 60 rear end

Original 4.10 rear end

Original black vinyl upholstery in very good condition

Bench seats

Red line tires (2 H Code wheels)

Build sheet

Fender tag

Body numbers match: radiator support & trunk lip

One of 267 4-speed A12 Super Bee Coupes

David Wise Report included

Runs and drives great. Needs throw-out bearing.

For sale as is where is with no warranty expressed or implied.

The vehicle is being advertised locally as well as nationally.

Contact seller’s representative at 207-233-9970. Sold with Maine title.