For Sale: 1970 Dodge Super Bee in Greene, Iowa

Vehicle Description

On the lot right now is an incredibly unique 1970 Dodge Super Bee. Not quite sure if there's a nicer 1970 Super Bee anywhere! In 1968, Dodge watched as Chrysler sister brand Plymouth launched the Road Runner. Not wanting to fall behind, Dodge released their own "budget" muscle car. Based on the "midsized" Dodge Coronet coupe, the Super Bee was intended to be Dodge's counterpart to the Road Runner and was released in the spring of 1968, shortly after the Road Runner. Priced only $131 more than the Road Runner, the Super Bee became an instant showstopper for Dodge. After the first two years of production, 1970 saw a massive overhaul in the car's appearance. To differentiate from the Coronet, the Super Bee received a functional twin-scoop hood and a new twin-loop grille meant to resemble "a bumblebee's wings". This Super Bee is especially unique, given that it is equipped with its 440 C.I. V8 paired to the potent "6-Pack" carburetor setup. Going even further, this Super Bee has an original Hurst "Pistol-Grip" 4-speed manual transmission. The factory-code "Sublime Green" paint looks stunning, stretched out over a laser-straight body that would put a ruler to shame. With only one repaint, this car truly gleams. As the Super Bee was meant to be a bare-bones performance oriented version of the Coronet, the interior matches. The black bench seats are in original condition and they look incredible. The gauges are authentic Super Bee spec and are befitting of a racecar rather than a factory-built car. The wood-grain trim is also in fantastic shape, complimenting the rest of the black interior extremely well. In addition to the incredible performance options, this car is fitted with original working gauges (including the tachometer and clock!), an AM factory pushbutton radio, a working Super Bee ram-air hood, a fantastically original interior, a dual exhaust system, a working heater with blower fan, ventilated windows, and a defroster. This crazy green Super Bee rides on a set of exceptional factory-style steel wheels on Cooper Cobra RWL tires. This special Dodge drives like it just came off of the showroom floor, and it screams like a bat out of hell. This green monster is sitting on our lot right now, just waiting for the right person to let it back out on the streets to tear up the pavement again.

Fender Tag decoded as follows:
WM23: Dodge Coronet Medium, Super Bee 2-Door Hardtop
V0A: 440 390HP 3-2BBL 8 CYL, Model 1970, Assembled in Lynch Road, Michigan
154513: Sequence Number
E87: 440 C.I. (High Performance) V8 with 3x2 Barrel Carburetors (6-Pack)
D21: 4-Speed Manual Transmission
FJ5: "Sublime Green" Exterior Color
H2X9: "High" Trim, Vinyl Bench Seat, Black
TX9: Black Door Frames
A29: Build Date = October 29th, 1969
161460: Order Number
FJ5: "Sublime Green" Top Color
N96: Fresh Air Hood
26: 26-Inch Radiator

Vehicle Details

  • 1970 Dodge Super Bee
  • Listing ID: CC-1618695
  • Price: $105,000
  • Location:Greene, Iowa
  • Year:1970
  • Make:Dodge
  • Model:Super Bee
  • Exterior Color:Sublime
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Odometer:24747
  • Stock Number:22133
  • VIN:WM23V0A154513
Listed By:
Coyote Classics
702 N. 1st Street
Greene, IA 50636

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