1971 Dodge Super Bee

Charger

Price

Sold

Mileage

10,250

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Vehicle Info

condition
Condition
Used
engine
Engine
383 Magnum V8 4bbl
transmission
Transmission
Automatic
drivetrain
Drivetrain
RWD
fuel
Fuel
Gasoline
exterior-color
Exterior Color
Ev2 Hemi Orange
interior-color
Interior Color
Optional Salt And Pepper Cloth
stock
Stock #
N/A
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Fuel Economy
CITY
N/A
fuel-economy
HWY
N/A
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Description

***See the 6 minute walkaround video for more detail*** OVER 110 PHOTOS! This is a completely original, numbers-matching, unrestored, 2-tag 1971 Charger Super Bee. You likely won't ever get a chance to buy one like this again. You can drive it on the interstate at 90+ mph, and it gets ungodly amounts of attention at car shows and cruises due to it's unrestored nature, but it DOES need to ber restored. It is a real WM23 Super Bee, and is especially highly optioned, including the coveted N96 Ramcharger hood (fully functional), 3.55 Sure Grip rear, electric hideaway headlights (fully functional), factory front chin spoiler, front and rear bumper guards, 15" Rallye wheels, PS, PDB, salt and pepper buckets, console, rallye gauges, inside hood release, super rare AM stereo recorder mounted to console, chrome racing mirrors, hood pins, fender mount turn signals, black vinyl top and High Impact Hemi Orange paint. This is a 2 tag car, but unfortunately I only have the 2nd tag. However a previous owner documented the codes on the first tag and this info is included, along with literally hundreds of maintenance, parts, and other receipts and proof of ownership going back to the 1970s. Also included are 1971 service and chassis manuals, as well as an original Chrysler dealership 8-inch thick 3 ring binder of all service and repair info for 1971 models. I've never checked under the rear seat or behind the door panels for a buildsheet, so just assume it's not there and if you find it when taking the car down, then all the better for you. The car comes with literally a truckload of spare parts, including both quarters, both fenders, deck lid, rear valence, extra hideaway light system, machine gun tips, new (metal) engine call out emblems, bumper, extra rear seats, and tons of labeled chrome, stainless, and trim parts, including a spare rallye gauge cluster surround (very hard to find). The engine is strong and runs very well, the transmission shifts into all gears fine but is starting to slip in third gear under load. It is a very solid car, with MINT MINT MINT condition doors, clean, undamaged Ramcharger hood, but does have typical Mopar rust in rockers and lowest parts of body, plus a small area of driver's floor pan, and minor rust at base of rear window. Roof is excellent with no rust issues at all. I have plenty of extra pics to show all of this. Paint is 90% original but obviously needs redone. It had a partial dr side rear quarter repaired at one time. Tires are like new, mufflers/turndowns are brand new, fuel pump is new, new points, condensor, and an Edelbrock carb sits on top. This car is otherwise 100% factory original in every way. Pics and video will say the rest. ONLY reason for selling is I do not currently have the room to dis-assemble the car to restore. If that changes, car will no longer be for sale, but I imagine this will be scooped up before my circumstances change. Serious parties only, and keep dumb offers to yourself. If you don't realize how rare an opportunity this is, please don't waste either of our time.

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