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This is the kind of classic muscle machine you love for all occasions. With its distinct well-coordinated paint package, original 383 V8, and overall Mopar rarity, this 1970 Dodge Super Bee is exactly what were all searching for. So read on for all the details, but you already know theres no sweeter deal going. The Dodge High Impact colors were one of the coolest offerings around. And since they were available for a few short years, were all on the lookout for original bold Mopars. So when someone asks you if this is an original Top Banana car, you can proudly say Yes! This extra confidence also comes from a terrific respray that really radiates the sunlight. The styling for 1970 was pretty unique for this one model year. The super-hot Super Bee packaged muscle cars had a seriously mean appearance with the wide dual grilles that truly looked a bit like bumble bee wings. Straight bodywork is especially critical on Mopars iconic block B-body cars, because while these were the midsize offering, the stylists knew how to give them the look of unflinching full-size authority. More of this cars intimidation comes from the hood scoops, unique badges, and black double hockey sticks on the side that give this bee its stripes. The black stripes also are a nice introduction to the full black interior. It makes for a terrific coordinating package inside & out that youll love showing off. With a great presentation and plenty of back seat room, youll have plenty of family and friends wanting to go for a ride. But even when its just you, this Super Bee is a hive full of action. Youll love the factory pieces like the three-spoke sports steering wheel and wood paneling surrounding the round gauge package. And the tach/clock is truly an iconic piece. In fact, this looks highly original, right down to the solid state AM/FM radio thats still on display! But the best piece of originality is under the hood its the numbers-matching big block. This was only 1 of 5,737 originally built with the powerful 383 cubic-inch V8, and so its true distinction to still have that under the hood today. And this original motor is absolutely ready to show off thanks to the bright orange on the block, valve covers, and factory air topper. All of this is surrounded by the even bolder Top Banana paint in this tidy engine bay. More than just great history, this presentation shows that this has received the right service and care over the years. Plus, it has even been given the right upgrades like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and large aluminum radiator. It fires up with the great Mopar muscle growl. Plus, its ready to take on the streets with great driving features like power steering, front disc brakes, and the grip of modern performance tires on the polished Ridler wheels. And best of all the numbers-matching Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic transmission is present to round out this coupes originality and drivability. Correct High Impact yellow, distinctive styling, and the original big block make this a rare and desirable Bee. So the only way youre going to feel stung is if you miss out on this classic. Call today!!!
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