You don’t see every day this kind of Mopar, probably you will see it once in your lifetime, if you are lucky enough. What we have here is the super rare 1971 Dodge Charger Hemi Super Bee, but this particular is equipped with the last 426 Hemi ever produced. Actually, this Super Bee has the highest known VIN number, or the last Hemi car that rolled out of a Chrysler’s factory.
This 1971 Dodge Charger Hemi Super Bee was restored 18 years ago by Mr. Louis, which is the owner of this Mopar. Also, this Super Bee has a factory sunroof, which was a pretty rare thing back in the ‘70s. The famous Elephant big-block engine has a 426 cubic – inch and is equipped with dual-quad carburetors, the factory ratings of this engine are 425 horsepower and 490 lb. -ft. of torque.