In 1970, the Dodge Coronet/Super Bee twins got an all-new look, and
the horsepower was still as strong as ever. So this 1970 Dodge
Super Bee maximizes everything you really love. It's got a
mean-as-midnight style, and the motor is a professionally built
massive dual-quad Hemi V8. It is a detailed restoration of a proper
classic blacktop burner, right down to the dog dish hubcaps.
Straight lines are especially critical on Mopars of this era, and
you can see from the unbroken curves along the flanks that the
bodywork has been well done. But the sheet metal is only half of
the story. The trim tag tells us this was a true Super Bee born in
the ultra-desirable TX9 black. So they made sure to give it a
quality respray later in life to make sure this still has an
excellent gloss in the sunshine. Today you will find
micro-scratches and other small blemishes from being responsibly
enjoyed, because after all, a car like this belongs out on the
streets every Saturday night. The upgraded dual-scoop Ramcharger
hood, wide exhaust tips, and dog dish hubcaps with Goodyear
Polyglas tires really give this an awesome classic Mopar muscle
feel. And it's always awesome to see a Super Bee with bumblebee
racing stripes painted on the rear - especially in the bold
The interior continues the dark feeling of quality. The door
panels, headliner, carpeting, and dash all have the impression of a
quality investment. And there's just something extra cool about two
wide rows of bench seats when you have such detailed upholstery.
The full interior wants to give you a fresh and clean style that
reminds you of a time capsule. It's in the details, right down to
the smooth wood-like trim and the AM radio that's still there for
display. But there are a few of the right additions. The Mopar
branded oil and temp auxiliary gauges and matching large tach
should really clue you in that this one has been given some serious
investment to maximize the muscle car feeling.
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 dark
engine bay lies a bold orange beast. Not only is the 426 cubic-inch
V8 a Mopar legend, but this one was rebuilt for serious performance
by Mopar legend Dave Dudek. This Hemi motor was bored out to a
monster 496ci . All that distinct orange work on top of the hood
tells you those are functional fresh air hood scoops, and they feed
a dual four-barrel carburetor setup. The full power package is said
to make a street-eating 650 hp and 570 ft-lb of torque. And the
fresh presentation of the undercarriage tells you that this one has
the strong components to handle the power. It's set up like a true
classic quarter-mile king, and so the Torqueflite three-speed now
has a reverse manual valve body, and it feeds a 4.10 limited-slip
rear end for confident take-offs. And because we know how to stop
much better today than back in the day, there are now Wilwood front
The '70 Super Bee is a single-year style. Plus, the pillared coupe
style makes this nearly three times rarer than the already rare
hardtops. And it makes for a stronger body for performance duty,
too. So when you can find an example that was made to be stunningly
beautiful and stunningly powerful, you know it's an opportunity you
can't let get away. Call now!
1970 Dodge Coronet
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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