Chrysler Corporation has some very impressive models from the ’60s and ’70s (the muscle cars era), among them for sure is this 1970 Dodge Coronet Hemi Super Bee. This vehicle may not have a big scoop or race stripes on the hood, but it still has something that other models don’t. With a 2-door hard-top body style with gorgeous black paint and chrome trim combined with a black interior, this beast is definitely one of a kind.
As we mentioned previously the 1970 Dodge Coronet Hemi Super Bee probably is one of the most desirable Classic Mopar Muscle Car. This particular inside is equipped with black vinyl upholstery, a front bench seat, a column shifter, and a woodgrain dashboard. This interior has plenty of space and a comfortable ride. This model year is the last from the fifth generation of Dodge Coronets produced between 1965 and 1970.
Under the hood, this one has the best engine ever created, the legendary elephant 426 Hemi V8 big-block. However, with some minor changes, bored and stroked to 496 cubic inches, producing a massive 650 horsepower into 570 lb./ft. of torque. All that power is transferred via A727 3-speed automatic transmission which spins a Chrysler 8.75-inch axle, attached to posi-traction differential with 4.10 gears. The gorgeous 15-inch steel wheels with redline center caps are equipped with F60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GT tires.
source RK Motors