Dodge Charger Super Bee Convertible by Drop Top Customs

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Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee ConvertibleDodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee Convertible
Revived in 2006 after almost 20 years of absence, the Dodge Charger (LX) gained two more doors to become a four-door sedan. One year later, the Charger also marked the return of the Super Bee moniker, which was previously used by Chrysler from 1968 through 1980.
Since it was conceived as a four-door, the LX platform Dodge Charger wasn’t intended to show up in dealerships in a convertible version. Probably not a bad thing considering purists dislike the idea of a four-door sedan Charger.

But for those who still find the car appealing and thought more than once about a convertible, Drop Top Customs (DTC) decided to build a limited edition of only 13 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee Convertibles. Pricing for the DTC soft top version has yet to be revealed, but expect to pay more that the base $42,995 price of 2013 Charger SRT8 Super Bee.

Editor’s note: Not bad, but I still can’t stand a four-door Charger.
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