- $49,995 Get Financing
- Item Location:
- Lithia Spgs, GA
- Light Gunmetal Metallic
- Seller: streetsideatl
- Phone: 877-367-1835
A big 440 V8 with a Six Pack is always going to headline what you love about this coupe, but there's also hidden headlights, a cool paint package, and a serious exhaust growl. So it's hard to find a meaner muscle machine than this 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee
The factory-correct Light Gunmetal Metallic color has a timeless appeal, especially with the nice gloss on this example. And on top of the paint is one of the coolest stripe packages around. The special hood treatment puts the classic Super Bee logo front and center, and it also draws your eye to the special power bulge hood w/callouts. Plus, we love how the side is like a scarf that wraps around the windshield base and then highlights the sporty wave design of both sides. The great-looking black vinyl roof coordinates with this just to give this classic add extra touch of premium appeal. Hidden headlights, Rallye wheels, and a well-integrated rear spoiler complete a package worthy of the Super Bee name.
All the black accents of the exterior get you ready for the full black interior. The standard bench seat is a nice reminder that this Super Bee was providing power on a budget. But even in the basic packaging, Dodge was providing a great design with a premium pattern. The more-than-you-paid-for appearance continues on the wood-like trim that's on the doors, dash, and three-spoke steering wheel. As a performance Mopar, the round gauge instrument cluster always looks good. The whole interior feels like a true time machine, and so you'll even love details on display like the AM radio and full heat/defrost controls (this appears have been a factory A/C before the engine upgrade.)
The engine bay is filled with 440 cubic inches of V8 power. The bold orange air grabber is an icon for Mopar fans, but just in case others don't know, it announces the triple set of dual barrel carburetors that make up the street-eating Six Pack. It has hardy look with Mopar Performance valve covers, steel-braided hoses, and an MSD ignition. It fires up eagerly, and the header-fed H-pipe dual exhaust gives this mighty motor a seriously sweet tune. The Torqueflite A727 three-speed transmission is stout enough to handle the power while also providing easy automatic shifting. Plus, power steering and power brakes with discs up front are desirable for all occasions.
Complete with the factory buildsheet, this is a speedy Mopar deal that you know will be moving fast. Don't miss this Super Bee, call today!