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Dodge Super Bee 1969 images

The Chrysler “B” body, mid-size platform, is the source of the moniker “Super Bee”, The success of the mid-sized Roadrunner and Charger models led to the introduction of the SuperBee in 1968. The first year it is only available as a pillared hard top, but in ’69 a pillerless version is also an option. A factory correct 1969 SuperBee is powered by the base 383 Magnum, 440 six pack or the 426 Hemi.

MCF would like to thank Gateway Classic Cars for the images displayed here.

 

 

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