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Engine Size440 Six Pack V8
Transmission3 Speed Automatic
Interior ColorDeep Burnt Orange
Exterior ColorDark Burnt Orange Metallic
In 1970, the Dodge Coronet/Super Bee twins got an all-new look, and the horsepower was still as strong as ever. This cool 1970 Dodge Super Bee re-creation wears it well, with a fantastic paint job, aggressive attitude, and that amazing 440 Six-Pack under the hood.
Straight lines are especially critical on Mopar’s iconic fuselage styled cars, and you can see from the unbroken curves along the flanks that the bodywork has been well done. But the sheetmetal is only half of the story. Burnt Orange Metallic was on Dodge’s color pallet in 1970, but it never looked this good from the factory. There has been an investment in a modern metallic paint, and a professional hand applying it. So, now all the subtle creases of the Coronet’s bodywork really pop when the sunlight hits this super-straight coupe. And combined with the black hood scoop inserts and black Super Bee stripes, it's an aggressive-looking package that didn't disappoint Mopar fans in 1970 and is still as an intimidating today. It also sports cool brightwork, like the unique chrome front bumpers that frame the grilles, as well as the Super Bee logo. Plus, hood pins are a must on a muscle machine like this. We even love the shine of the factory-style hubcaps, because they help highlight the black wheels and the coupe’s industrial toughness.
When you have a pillarless hardtop like this, you know you’re going to love cruising with all the windows down. That’s why it’s also great to have the interior match the exterior color so nicely. The driver and passenger get high back vinyl bucket seats with a comfortable center console in-between. This is a nice reminder that the Dodge Super Bee was based on was an all-day cruiser. The rest of the interior is fresh and clean, which makes it all feel like a 1970s time capsule. The wood paneling matches the burnt orange color quite nicely, and everything from the heat/defrost controls to the three-spoke steering wheel has the right vintage feeling. But just to make sure you have all the right info about what’s going on under the hood, a trio of auxiliary gauges are mounted under the dash, and a large AutoMeter tach is right in front of the extra wide speedometer.
When it’s time to go to the car shows, we know you’ll be spending all of your time with the hood up. That’s because within the burnt orange engine bay lays a Mopar orange beast. The 440 cubic-inch V8 with the triple-deuce carb “Six Pack” is a Dodge legend, so they made sure to go all-out when building this beast. The whole engine bay has a very tidy presentation so that nothing gets in the way of people seeing the massive hood-fed air grabber, and the big block that fills all the space between the fenders. Plus, with the rumbling H-pipe dual exhaust, everyone will know your power superiority even if you haven’t come into view yet. And Mopar people know the Torqueflight A727 three-speed automatic 8.75 rear end is the kind of stout equipment you want for getting all that power to the road.
Complete with the factory buildsheet, title docs, and maintenance records, this is already a desirable full-size Mopar. And with a six-pack big block under the hood, great bodylines, and a handsome interior, this is now worthy of carrying the Super Bee name. It’s the muscle car you’ve always wanted in a turnkey ready package. Call now!!