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  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Super Bee
  • Type: Other
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 67,306
  • VIN: WM23NOA141768
  • Color: Yellow
  • Engine size: 440 V8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1970 Dodge Super Bee

When you're looking for a 1970 Dodge Super Bee, this is exactly what you want. After all, a performance-built dual-quad 440 V8 and paintwork that will make you king of the hive is how to be a stunner in rare Mopar muscle.When it comes to Super Bees, most of us covet one of the 11,540 coupes that were built in 1970. Dodge always had the lowest production numbers compared to Ford or Chevy by far, and this single-year styling is the widest and wildest of the bunch. And while the numbers are dwindling nearly half a century later making each '70 Super Bee a special presence few of them are as impressive as this one. It starts with the Detonator Yellow paint. This is borrowed from the a more modern Dodge palette that gives you a deep gloss and shine that's pure electric. And quite frankly, you know you love a proper investment in a standout yellow. After all, on a car named Super Bee, this is the perfect hue. It has seriously mean appearance with the wide dual grille, that truly looked a bit like bumble bee wings. These separated grilles were the perfect complement to the optional hood with dual Ramcharger scoops. Plus, the black hockey stick strip package really gives this bee its stripes. And those 18-inch Foose wheels are a nice hint that this one has a larger stinger than the rest.Black is beautiful, and that's what this interior offers. With a great presentation, and plenty of back seat room, you'll have plenty of family and friends wanting to go for a ride. But really, it's the driver that counts the most in this Dodge. You get an upgraded Corbeau high back vinyl bucket seat that offers superior comfort to anything that came out of the '70s. The rest of the interior is fresh and clean, so this world of old and new perfectly blend together. The comfortable center console has the tall gearstick for your right hand, and your left one grips a newer three-spoke sports steering wheel. Also, just to make sure you have all the right info about what's going on under the hood, there's a Bosch auxiliary gauge package under the dash. So while this one has an upgraded AM/FM/CD/XM stereo, we really know your favorite soundtrack comes with you twisting the key and here this bee roar.A monster motor that you'll be showcasing all the time deserves this fantastic level of presentation. The exterior-matching yellow is on the fender wells and firewall, and this vivid color makes the motor look like powerful dark heart. Not only is the 440 cubic-inch V8 a Mopar legend, but this one was rebuilt in 2016 for serious performance. It's now fortified with a Lunati cam & lifters, a steel crank, Comp Cams springs & pushrods, and 10:1 pistons. Plus, it has dual Weber four-barrel carburetors, Edelbrock intake, Mickey Thompson fined valve covers, aluminum radiator w/electric fan, and long tube headers that feed a massive 3-inch dual exhaust system. It's a serious total power package, but this is far from a wild child. It has the right driving features, such as the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, a thick sway bar up front, and the grip of modern performance tires.Are you starting to see the full picture? All the right investments have been made. You have a rare Super Bee in with a standout presence, a seriously powerful V8 (build receipts included), and the right driving conveniences to easily show it off everywhere. Someone is going to get this turn-key muscle machine in their garage soon, and if you want that to be you, hurry up and call today!