Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is proud to display this stunning
1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee. This Super Bee is packing quite a
punch, thanks to its 440 cubic inch V8 topped with the factory
options Six-Pack carburetor setup. Introduced as a mid-year
addition to the lineup, the 440 Six-Pack was factory rated at a
respectable 390hp and an earth-turning 490ft-lbs of torque. More
than enough to make your head spin! Though originally a 440
Six-Pack, the engine, transmission, and rear axle are not original
to the car. They are all period correct and create a very authentic
driving experience. The 440 was bored to a 493 cubic inch V8 and a
peppier camshaft was added to increase total power.The chassis
received a rotisserie restoration circa 2018 and the engine was
built by Lewis Racing Engines. No bolt was left unturned, and a USB
drive containing photos of the restoration are included with the
sale, as well as the original build sheet and original owners
manual. This Super Bee has lived a lot of lives from being
Dealership fresh, to seeing several passes down the drag strip (as
proven by the stickers in the trunk), to sitting for several years,
then finally having a thorough restoration. It's ready to find
itself in your collection and to hit the streets to show these
newer cars who the real boss is.
1969 Dodge Coronet
Exterior Color:Red R4
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