1972 Dodge Challenger
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1970 Plymouth Barracuda For Sale
Has a mild 440 cubic inch engine.
Leather Cuda seats.
Custom shaker hood to clear the Intake manifold.
Runs great, shifts firm.
Over $45,000 invested.
Not many miles on any part of this car.
Project Cars For Sale has found a neat 1968 Dodge Super Bee tribute car to share with everyone today. The Dodge Super Bee was originally based on the design of the Dodge Coronet. The Super Bee was on showroom floors from 1968 through 1970. The Super Bee name came from its “B Body” designation which was given to all of the Mopar mid-sized cars which also included the Plymouth Road Runner and Dodge Charger. So what we have here is a 1968 Coronet that has been cloned into a 1968 Dodge Super Bee tribute car. One of the coolest things about the Super Bee is the Super Bee emblem featuring a bee with wheels for legs doing a big burnout! This car is a 383 cubic inch Dodge Big Block with a Pistol Grip shifted automatic transmission. Per the seller it has undergone a complete cosmetic restoration and the paint, interior and undercarriage of the car look great. The car is an avocado green exterior with a light and dark green two toned interior. With its big block engine and mag wheels this car is one neat project car! Check it out here on eBay
When it comes to classic cars it seems for almost every model the most desirable versions are the hardtops where if you roll down all the windows there are not any pillars. A “post” car is a car that has an extra metal around the windows. When it comes to early Plymouth Belvederes such as this 1965, the post cars are HIGHLY desirable and typically fetch much more attention than their hardtop siblings. This Plymouth Belvedere post car has a massive 440 cubic inch Plymouth V8 from a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner. The car features mild upgrades including a larger mild cam, high rise intake manifold and a 4 barrel carburetor. It expels exhaust through a set of Flowmaster mufflers. Attached to the engine is a 4 speed manual transmission. The interior is a stock black vinyl setup from a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner and appears to be in good condition. On the outside you will find a nice dark forest green paint job with black stripes. These 1965 Plymouth Belvedere post cars are becoming harder and harder to find and typically when you do find them they are not as nice of an example as what you see here. Tinker with it and pick up a 426 cubic inch Hemi and some A-100 bucket seats and build an A990 “tribute” car (clone) or just keep it detailed and drive and enjoy! Never the less, check out the full car listing here on eBay