This is the 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee . It has a massive 472 Hemi under the hood that’s backed 4 speed manual transmission. This vintage car looks really great. Check out the video and please share your opinion with us about this amazing car. This particular example looks to be in tip top condition, and on top of its awesome looks comes packing a massive 472 Hemi under the hood. Power is sent to the tarmac via a four-speed manual transmission, and so no doubt this thing is just as amazing to drive as it is to look at. The first generation Super Bee was made from 1968 to 1970 and introduce to the public at the Detroit auto show in 1968. Plymouth Road Runner was selling so well that Chrysler Corporation decided the model needed some competition within the company.
The 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee isn’t a muscle car you see cruising the streets that often, so seeing one up close here is quite a treat.
The Dodge division saw this as a chance to break into the muscle car market. The “super Bee” became the lowest priced vehicle offered by Chrysler Dodge Division – it was styled along the same lines as the Road . the Super Bee is slightly heavier – about 29 kg (65lbs) with a wheel base slightly longer at 300 c m (117”) as compared to the Road Runners 290 cm (116”).On the outside the Dodge has large wheel openings, fancy grill, and in the rear the Bee stripe with ornate tail lights. The car has heavy duty suspension on the high performance tires while on the body the tail section sports the distinctive Bee logo and racing stripe. The 1968 model came in a coupe body style only and was basically equipped with an automatic or you could have chosen the Mopar A-833 four speed .