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Heartbreaking Sight: 1968 Dodge Super Bee

If you are prone to feeling heartbroken when you see a classic American muscle car that has been left to go to wrack and ruin, then this 1968 Dodge Super Bee will be enough to bring a tear to… more»

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Diamond In The Rough? 1970 Dodge Super Bee

The second that I spied this Dodge Super Bee, I said to myself, I bet that’s a Florida car. The exterior Live Oak mung and pine needles are a dead giveaway. And I’m no stranger to parking a car… more»

440 Powered! 1970 Dodge Super Bee

While the Plymouth Road Runner was the high-performance volume play for Chryco in the late ’60s and early ’70s it wasn’t the only member of the corporate line up to occupy that entry-level spot. There was another, less common,… more»

Real Hemi Bee: 1968 Dodge Super Bee

With only 125 examples being built during the 1968 model year, the Dodge Super Bee Hemi is nothing short of a serious muscle car. This one has been confirmed to be the real deal, and it has apparently led… more»

440 Six-Pack: 1971 Dodge Super Bee

Decisions, decisions. This 1971 Dodge Super Bee is a solid and complete car that runs and drives perfectly. It is in need of cosmetic restoration, so does the next owner tackle that, or do they take the opportunity to… more»

383/4-Speed: 1968 Dodge Super Bee Project

Even in its most basic guise, the 1968 Dodge Super Bee is a car that delivered impressive performance figures. Add to this a car that also possessed good looks, and it’s easy to see why these have remained a… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

With no known rust and its original engine and transmission still in place, this 1970 Dodge Super Bee is a car that is ready to be driven and enjoyed immediately. It is not a car that is subtle but… more»

Incredible Survivor: 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee A12

It doesn’t matter whether or not your vehicle preferences lean towards all things Mopar, any muscle car enthusiast would have to respect this 1969 Dodge Super Bee. The reason is that every claim made by the owner is documented… more»

Needs Metal Work: 1970 Dodge Super Bee

Time can be kinder to some classic cars than to others, and this 1970 Dodge Super Bee has certainly suffered at the hands of time, and the elements. The owner states that it will need a lot of metal-work,… more»

Numbers Matching Project: 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

There’s no doubt that the muscle cars from the 1960s hold a special place in the hearts of many an enthusiast, and the performance of some of those would still hold up well in today’s world of high-tech fuel… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Documented 1971 Dodge Super Bee

Reader Roger C found this Super Bee parked in the back in the back of the previous owner garage, where it had spend the past 20 years. It turned out, the car had been featured in the February 1993… more»

Solid Project: 1969 Dodge Super Bee Hardtop

While there might be a lot of work required to whip this 1969 Super Bee back into shape, there is surprisingly little rust in the vehicle. There are both positive and negative points to the car, which is located… more»

Battered and Bruised: 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

This 1970 Super Bee might appear to be battered and bruised, but according to the owner, it isn’t rusty. It’s certainly showing its age, and just needs someone with the vision to return it to its former glory. The… more»

Project Bee: 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee

A Dodge Charger Super Bee? Surely you jest. To quote the great sage of our time, Leslie Nielsen in the movie Airplane!, “I am serious. And, don’t call me Shirley.” This serious muscle car can be found here on… more»

Drive it While Restoring: 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee

This 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee is a running, driving example that could either be driven as it is, or the new owner could choose to restore it to its original glory. There’s some work to be done, but… more»

Killer Bee! Stripped A12 440 Six Pack ’69 Super Bee

In February of 1969, Dodge and Plymouth dialed up the wicked A12 package, topping the 440 cid (7.2L) V8 with an aluminum Edelbrock intake wearing three Holley two-barrel carburetors, the now-legendary “Six Pack.” This 1969 Dodge Super Bee in… more»