1970 Dodge Super Bee 440-6 440 cid V-8 engine ~ 390 HP


Description


V-Code 440 “Six-Pack”, four-speed with pistol grip Hurst shifter
Authentic FJ5 Sublime Green exterior
Documented rotisserie restoration
Factory Ram Charger hood; A33 “Track-Pack”
440 cid V-8 engine, 390 HP, 3X2-barrel Holley carburetors, A833 four-speed manual transmission, torsion bar independent front suspension with shock absorbers, live rear axle with semi-elliptic rear leaf springs, power-assisted front disc brakes with drum brakes to the rear; wheelbase: 117”
This Super Bee has been maintained in a climate-controlled environment and used very sparingly for the past two decades. Dodge offered several high impact colors for their performance models and one of the most visible and vibrant colors was Sublime, code FC7, of which this Super Bee was finished in from the factory. To complement the exterior finish, the gleaming white vinyl bucket seat interior was selected and, when combined with that exciting paint color, captures all the excitement of the “Swinging ‘70s”. However, there is so much more to this car than just its physical appearance. Under the hood sits a date-code correct 440 cubic-inch big block that was replaced under factory warranty in September 1970. After restoration, it was taken to the Louisiana Mopar Nationals where this Super Bee was awarded Best in Show honors. Coming back to this same event the next year, it again took top honors and just for fun in 2009, it returned one more time and captured its third Best in Show trophy.

Showing under 45,000 miles on the odometer, which are believed to be from new, it is turn-key ready and able to present awesome performance for a most envious audience. It is well-appointed starting with a full set of instruments including the combination Rallye tachometer/clock, the factory installed “Music Master” AM radio, variable speed windshield wipers, “space saver” spare tire with proper jack and tool and a rear window defogger. Plus, there’s the really good stuff like the 15” Magnum 500 wheels wearing a set of fresh Goodyear “Polyglas” tires, the Hurst “pistol grip” shifter for that heavy-duty four-speed and the all-important original “N96” Ram Charger hood.
1970 Dodge Super Bee 440-6 440 cid V-8 engine ~ 390 HP
$ 16,000.00
Used
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V-Code 440 “Six-Pack”, four-speed with pistol grip Hurst shifter
Authentic FJ5 Sublime Green exterior
Documented rotisserie restoration
Factory Ram Charger hood; A33 “Track-Pack”
440 cid V-8 engine, 390 HP, 3X2-barrel Holley carburetors, A833 four-speed manual transmission, torsion bar independent front suspension with shock absorbers, live rear axle with semi-elliptic rear leaf springs, power-assisted front disc brakes with drum brakes to the rear; wheelbase: 117”
This Super Bee has been maintained in a climate-controlled environment and used very sparingly for the past two decades. Dodge offered several high impact colors for their performance models and one of the most visible and vibrant colors was Sublime, code FC7, of which this Super Bee was finished in from the factory. To complement the exterior finish, the gleaming white vinyl bucket seat interior was selected and, when combined with that exciting paint color, captures all the excitement of the “Swinging ‘70s”. However, there is so much more to this car than just its physical appearance. Under the hood sits a date-code correct 440 cubic-inch big block that was replaced under factory warranty in September 1970. After restoration, it was taken to the Louisiana Mopar Nationals where this Super Bee was awarded Best in Show honors. Coming back to this same event the next year, it again took top honors and just for fun in 2009, it returned one more time and captured its third Best in Show trophy.

Showing under 45,000 miles on the odometer, which are believed to be from new, it is turn-key ready and able to present awesome performance for a most envious audience. It is well-appointed starting with a full set of instruments including the combination Rallye tachometer/clock, the factory installed “Music Master” AM radio, variable speed windshield wipers, “space saver” spare tire with proper jack and tool and a rear window defogger. Plus, there’s the really good stuff like the 15” Magnum 500 wheels wearing a set of fresh Goodyear “Polyglas” tires, the Hurst “pistol grip” shifter for that heavy-duty four-speed and the all-important original “N96” Ram Charger hood.

Additional information

Make: Dodge
Model: Super Bee 440-6
Year: 1970
Doors: 2
Mileage: 45,000
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: White
Exterior Color: Sublime Green
Vehicle Identification Number: WM23V0G155059
United States, Washington, Seattle
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