There was a total of 5,054 1971 Dodge Super Bees produced. Of the total, 4,325 were shipped to US dealers. There were only 2,889 equipped with the 383 Magnum engine & HD automatic (like this one). This survivor car is one of very few that has not been re-painted and have most all original equipment.
In March 1971, my father purchased the 1971 Super Bee from a Dodge dealership in California. The Super Bee only had 18 miles when my dad pulled it off the lot. My father has been the original owner until he gave it to me in December 2001. We both have kept the car in "original condition" and with no restorations. Dodge completed most all of the work that was done. This survivor car is almost the same as it was when my Dad pulled it off the showroom floor. The Super Bee has always been garaged and has been complete storage for many years. It has only been driven a few thousand miles since 1991.
383 Magnum engine (original), Automatic slap-stick transmission (original), Factory air conditioning, Original paint - Hemi Orange, Original interior - White, Vinyl top - White, No modifications, No restoration, “All” work records, Chrysler Broadcast Sheet (build sheet), Owners manuals, Mileage chart, Maintenance chart, All Chrysler Repair Manuals, Appraisals from and 4/1/1995 and 3/21/02.