Only 1,072 units were built in 1970: 599 four-speed manuals and 473 automatics. This is probably the best preserved example of them all. Of course, looking at the undercarriage will tell you that this is a professional restoration job, but originality was paramount during the refreshment process. Original components include the 440 cu. in. (7.2L) 6-pack Magnum V8 with 390 HP on tap, as well as the A833 four-speed manual.
Currently listed in RK Motors Charlotte's inventory at $97,000 (€87,484 at current exchange rates), the 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee at hand wears period correct W1 White paint thanks to a smooth, glossy coat of PPG Deltron two-stage. The black longitudinal stripes, black vinyl interior trim, and Super Bee call-outs are aesthetically correct as well, making this old Coronet a thoroughly desirable automobile.
Only 599 examples of the 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee are believed to be animated by the Six Pack powertrain. Vector in indicators such as "numbers-matching" and you're looking at one hell of an opportunity to dwell in the world of Mopar muscle. At the end of the day, a Coronet with Super Bee overalls is a constant source of American pride and big-block fun, elements that can't be replicated today.