$55,999
Special!! was $59,999 1970 DODGE SUPERBEE

Stapleton Motors
Phone: 303-261-9000
4905 Olive Street, Commerce City CO 80022

Specs

Ext Color BLUE Engine
Int Color WHITE VIN WH23G0G100835
Mileage 93978 Transmission Automatic
Body Style Sedan Drivetrain
Stock ID 5402 Doors 4 Doors
Fuel Gas    

Features

Other

Body=1970 Dodge Cornet 440 Engine=1967 Street Hemi Intake=Mopar Performance 1-4 Barrel Hemi Carb=750 Holley Transmission=HD 727 Torquflite Differential=83/4 Sure Grip 3.23/1 Gear Ratio Brakes=Frt 11x3 Drums Non-Power Wheels=14 Mopar Rally Style Tires=Croker Red Line Radials Beauty Rings & Centers=Original Mopar KMember=71 Big Block Coronet Station Wagon w/sway bar Torsion Bars=71 Big Block Coronet Station Wagon Engine Mount=Schumacher Big Block To Hemi Conversion Superbee Emblems=Year 1 Reproduction Body Work=Workman\'s Auto Body(Greg Workman) Paint=Mopar B5 Blue By Workman\'s Auto Body(Greg Workman) See Pics With Additional Info

Standard Equipment

Description

This beauty is one you won't find anywhere else! With at true 426 8cyl HEMI under the hood! Orginal engine was the 318 but it was replaced to match the performance of the Super Bee of 1970. It is a magical piece of history! You must see it in person to appreciate the beautiful quality! VIN Decodes as: W - Dodge Coronet (''B'' body), H - High (price class), 23 - 2 door hardtop, G - 318 1-2BBL 8 Cylinder ''LA'' engine (this was replaced with the 426 HEMI), 0 - 1970, G - St. Louis, Missouri (assembly plant), The remaining six digits indicate the sequence number (serial number).

This project started with a 1967 Street Hemi which was removed from a 70 Superbird.I was looking for a ''Hemi''chassis but could not find one that was reasonably priced.
This car was orginally sold in Cheyenne,WY as a Coronet 440,318 with a manual 3 speed transmission with a column shift.It was B5 blue with a white vinyl top.The car was parked in a salvage yard in Cheyenne and last taggged in 1975.The vinyl top was deteriorated around the rear window and caused a rust condition around the window that allowed water to enter the trunk compartment causing the trunk floor and lower quarters to rust.The rusted area around the windows were cut and repaired.The lower quarter panels were replaced as well as the trunk floor pan.The front and rear floor pans were solid and are original.See attached pictures with the addtional comments.



 

Fuel economy (MPG)
City
1
Hwy
1