Today we have this 1970 Dodge Super Bee, which as you can see, it’s more like a ”Murder Hornet on steroids”. That’s because of the enormous engine, which is mostly above, rather than under the hood. So, the story behind it, is that in 2001 this Super Bee was in a very bad state, brought in pieces, and resurrected in what he is today.
The owner of this 1970 Dodge Super Bee had this Mopar since he was 15-years old, and is actually his very first car. This Mopar started his life as a 383c.i. 4-speed, however, there is always a place for some modifications. Therefore it was turned into an absolutely amazing 1970 Dodge Super Bee street machine.
Now, this beast is powered by a Chrysler’s 440 big-block V8 which was stroked and bored to massive 505 cubic-inch. The engine on top has a Dyers blower, and six port intake , so on top of that there are six Holley 500cfm 4412xp two-barrel carbs. All of that makes this Super Bee a real 12-Pack car. Also, it is equipped with Ridetech shocks, Wilwood brakes, 18-inch front, and 20-inch rear Chip Foose wheels.