1970 Dodge Super Bee V8 440/6 Pack Manual 4-Speed Coupe Yellow

1970 Dodge Other

Technical specifications of Dodge Other 1970

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States
Make: Dodge
Model: Other
Type: Coupe
Year: 1970
Mileage: 1
VIN: WM23V0A124286
Color: Yellow
Engine size: V8 440/6 Pack
Power options: --
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: --
Interior color: Black
Options: --
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1970 Dodge Super Bee V Code 440/6 Pack The name Super Bee came to denote the all-business side of Dodge's high-performance offerings, and this V-code Six Pack version from 1970 lives up to the reputation because the only thing cute about this 'Bee were the bug logos. Seriously equipped for power from day one, this restored Dodge was one of 599 V-code Super Bee hardtops produced with the 4-speed in 1970. As noted, the engine is a V-code 440 Six Pack design, so named because of the trio of heavy-breathing Holley 2-barrel carburetors mounted on an Edelbrock aluminum intake under the oval air cleaner. With your hand atop the Hurst Pistol Grip and sidestepping the clutch, you fired up through the gears of the A833 Chrysler 4-speed manual transmission, while a tough 3.55-geared Sure Grip Dana rear end dished it all out through tires that were sometimes screaming louder than the engine. When you were done, power brakes with front discs were thankfully part of the package as well, while fresh air entered the powerplant through the special twin-scoop Ramcharger hood with an underhood scoop-to-carb seal. Sedate? Not with that High Impact Top Banana Yellow paint and white C-stripe complete with the bee graphics surrounding the rear quarter panels. Inside is a beautiful white bucket-seat interior that features the performance dash with wood-grain trim, Tic-Toc-Tach, AM radio and 150 MPH speedometer. Of course, the exterior design was unique only to 1970, an unmistakable visage of the Super Bee's legacy and the final model season the name was on the Coronet-shaped B-body. A chromed-and-painted metal Super Bee emblem is on the centered hood divider, with a full-size spare in the trunk. This car rides on the 5-spoke Magnum 500 styled road wheels, but was upgraded further with BF Goodrich radial tires, a fitting end to the serious possibilities this car offers over the road. Dodge's Scat Pack had a true reputation, and this gorgeous yellow and white example helped put the sting into it .1 of 599 V-Code Super Bee Hardtops produced with 4-speed in 1970 Restored V-code 440 Six Pack engine with Edelbrock intake A833 Hemi 4-speed transmission 3.55 Dana rear end Power brakes with front discs Stylish and functional Ramcharger hood Dressed in correct Top Banana with White C-stripe Immaculate and rare White bucket seat interior Correct and Groovy Hurst Pistol Grip shifter Styled Magnum 500 road wheels with newer BF Goodrich radial tires

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