1969 HEMI Coronet Super Bee

Price: US $175,000.00 Item location: Orlando, Florida, United States
  • Condition: New
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Coronet
  • SubModel: Super Bee
  • Trim: Super Bee
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 543
  • VIN: WM21H9A166783
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 426 HEMI
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
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1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

  • Comprehensive no expense spared nut and bolt rotisserie restoration, estimated 4,000 hours
  • New 426 CI Hemi V-8 engine built by Best Machine of Farmington, Michigan
  • Heavy duty TorqueFlite automatic transmission
  • Matching new Blue Legendary interior
  • Air conditioning
  • Correct Hemi K-frame member, core support and leaf springs
  • New Dana rear differential with 3.55 Moser axles
  • CVF 8-rib serpentine kit
  • Dual electric fans
  • New NOS glass throughout
  • Nitrided Comp Cams hydraulic camshaft
  • Comp Cams 822-16 Mopar High Energy hydraulic lifters
  • Avon Pro Gear timing chain
  • Melling M63HV BB Mopar oil pump
  • Cut and polished crankshaft
  • Clevite rod bearings
  • Diamond 52500-005 Hemi pistons, 9.3:1 compression with bore size changed to 4.255
  • Cut valve guides for performance seals
  • Total Seal Moly ring set
  • Race Balance rotating assembly
  • 8 hardened exhaust seats
  • Wilwood brake kit, front and rear with Red calipers
  • Billet Schott wheels, 20x8.5 inch fronts and 20x12 rears
  • Redline tires, 255/30/20 front and 315/35/20 rear

Back in the day, the Dodge Super Bee was super for those people who wanted to own muscle on a budget. The sister of the Road Runner in terms of OEM optioning, the 1969 Super Bee offered here is the result of a 4,000-hour, comprehensive, no-expense-spared, nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration and more power. A new 426 CI Hemi V-8 engine built by Best Machine now resides under the hood. This features the carburetor-covering chrome dome air cleaner, electronic ignition, dual exhaust ending in chrome tips and a CVF 8-rib serpentine accessory drive kit.

The engine’s cooled by dual electric fans, and inside is a Comp Cams camshaft and matched High Energy hydraulic lifters, while an Avon Pro Gear timing chain keeps it in synch with the cut and polished crankshaft. Diamond 9.3:1 compression Hemi pistons are down in the 4.255 bores, with a Melling M63HV BB Mopar oil pump, Clevite rod bearings and Total Seal rings keeping everything tight and right within the race-balanced rotating assembly. The heads feature cut valve guides for performance seals and hardened exhaust seats. This is backed by a TorqueFlite automatic transmission, with the engine installation using a correct Hemi K-frame member, core support and leaf springs, where a new Dana rear differential with 3.55 Moser axles is mounted. A Wilwood disc brake kit in front and rear featuring red calipers is on this car as well.

The exterior wears classic B5 Blue with a matching blue vinyl Legendary interior. That interior includes air conditioning, a dash with a clock and 150 MPH speedometer, a column-mounted Sun tachometer, a thumbwheel radio and new NOS glass throughout. The outside is highlighted by a white Super Bee-logo scat stripe, dual outside mirrors, Hemi and Super Bee chrome tags, and hood trim. This Super Bee now rides on billet Schott wheels, 20x8.5-inch fronts and 20x12 rears, with narrow-sidewall redline tires completing the look. It might no longer be that budget beast of yore, but this built-up, Hemi-powered ‘Bee certainly defines the word Super.