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Today’s Car: Super Ugly or Super Cool? Numbers Matching 440 6-Pack 4-Speed ’70 Dodge Super Bee!

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This is a numbers matching, highly documented super bee that has been authenticated by Chrysler Corporation as being #19 of 599 built. Documentation included with car will include the original broadcast sheet, Letter from Chrysler corporation verifying this car to be #19 of 599 and complete owner history. The car was built at the lynch rd plant in Michigan and is equipped with original numbers matching 440ci 390hp Six Pack engine (e87), original a833 4-speed manual transmission with 18 spline input shaft and Hurst pistol-grip shifter (d21), 4.10 Dana, super track pack, power disc front brakes with factory hemi booster (original) all original rust free sheet metal with one repaint in 1977 in correct single stage enamel fe5 red, black c stripe, original black bucket interior found to be in very nice condition with only a couple of minor flaws (see photos), original black vinyl top with no evidence of rust or bubbling, 15 painted steel wheels with new correct Goodyear f-60 Polyglass GT tires, undercoated when new including trunk floor. Carbs recently restored by Holley’s custom shop, fresh flush and fill of all fluids. All gauges, lights and switches work (except for tic-toc-tach, obviously). Original jack is still in trunk (correct replacement trunk mat). Correct date coded exhaust manifolds, new date coded hemi mufflers, correct reproduction h-pipe and tailpipes (non-chrome tip car). Vintage electronic Mallory distributor is the only deviation from stock. After the repaint in 1977, the second owner parked the car with 47,000 original miles on it. It was eventually sold to a man in Cleveland in 1989 that took it to, and sold it at Auburn where it was purchased by a Columbus Corvette dealer. In 1991 it was sold to a local gentleman who added it to his static collection. Purchased in 2000 by current owner, it was driven for a few months and again relegated to storage. This car has led a very pampered life and only traveled less than 2000 miles in 35 years. It has never been shown, displayed or featured in any article, the next owner will have the privilege of displaying this Mopar for the first time. This car now has 49812 actual miles and has never been restored or disassembled so as nice as this car is, it is not perfect. While this car would be a winner at any car show it does have 49812 miles ( all fair weather miles of course) while the engine compartment is highly detailed the undercarriage is not (although completely rust free).

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