Super Bee

One Owner: 1970 Dodge Super Bee Project

A known history. Many enthusiasts view that trait highly when choosing a candidate for a project build. The 1970 Dodge Super Bee is desirable, and this one ticks the history box as a one-owner classic. It features its original… more»

Scat Pack Mopar: 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

It was 1967 and Dodge had a problem. In masterful anticipation of the market’s needs, Plymouth was ready to offer a low-priced muscle car, called the Road Runner. Buyers needed the Road Runner. Muscle cars had grown in size,… more»

440 Six Pack/4-Speed 1970 Dodge Super Bee Project

This 1970 Dodge Super Bee here on eBay is another offering from Mark Worman and no doubt comes with a fine pedigree, as it left the factory in the coveted FC7 Plum Crazy color and was originally equipped with… more»

Running Project: 1970 Dodge Super Bee

Witnessing the almost instant success Plymouth was enjoying from their new 1968 Road Runner offering, it didn’t take long for Dodge to get in on the low-budget muscle car action themselves, resulting in the Coronet-based Super Bee coming into… more»

1-Of-1 Award Winner? 1971 Dodge Super Bee

The Super Bee was Dodge’s corporate response to the successful Plymouth Road Runner. Introduced into the already-started 1968 model year, it was intended to be a more budget-minded muscle car in the vein of the “Bird”, but it never… more»

440+6! 1970 Dodge Super Bee

Earlier in the week I covered this 1970 Dodge Coronet 500 convertible and I have taken note of all of the back and forth comments. One thing that I stated at the outset is that most of the ’70… more»

No Reserve: 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee

It was blindingly apparent by 1971 that the muscle car’s days were numbered. Evolving buyer tastes and pending emission and safety regulations combined to place these cars on the “threatened species” list. Some badges survived into The Malaise Era,… more»

Masterful Muscle Car! 1970 Dodge Super Bee

Plymouth introduced the Road Runner as a mid-size muscle car in 1968. It caught on quickly, so Dodge rolled out their Coronet-based version mid-year, the Super Bee. Not quite as cartoonish as its Plymouth counterpart, it was equally powerful… more»

Parked in 1979: 1969 Dodge Super Bee

This 1969 Dodge Super Bee confirms that desirable classics are languishing in barns and sheds, just waiting to be liberated and returned to their rightful place on our roads. This beast had only ten years of active service under… more»

Bring a Forklift: 1969 Dodge Super Bee

The Super Bee was to Dodge as the Road Runner was to Plymouth. It was introduced in 1968 and would be discontinued after 1971 while the RR would soldier on for a few more years. As was the case… more»

Only 766 Made: 1971 Dodge Super Bee

The mid-size Super Bee was Dodge’s response to Plymouth’s highly successful Road Runner. They were similar in concept and execution (budget muscle cars) but sold in much smaller numbers. Built from 1968 to 1971, the seller’s edition is from… more»

Swan Song: 1971 Dodge Super Bee

The Super Bee was Dodge’s answer to the Plymouth Road Runner, but lived in that car’s shadows for the four model years it was in production. Launched in 1968 on the Coronet B-body platform, the car only saw one… more»

Overlooked Muscle Car? 1968 Dodge Super Bee

By 1968, the mid-size muscle car craze was in full swing. The Pontiac GTO is credited with starting the boom in 1964, but pundits will suggest the Chrysler 300 deserves that honor. But it was a different kind of… more»

BF Auction: 1970 Dodge Super Bee

Although the finishing line was in sight for the muscle car era by 1970, manufacturers continued producing potent vehicles to capture genuine enthusiasts’ hearts, minds, and cash. Today, those cars are some of the most desirable in the classic… more»

Mopar Muscle: 1969 Dodge Super Bee Survivor

Every brand wanted a slice of the muscle car market of the mid-1960s. Over at Chrysler, Plymouth had its GTX at the high end and the Roadrunner as a budget option; Dodge boss Robert McCurry wanted a cheaper entry,… more»

Solid Roller: 1969 Dodge Super Bee

When you’re in the market for a B-Body project, some cars tick more of the correct boxes than others, but if you happen to already have a spare motor and transmission at your disposal this 1969 Dodge Super Bee… more»