Lane assist is a warning system using sensors to spot and warn drivers about to make a dangerous or potentially dangerous lane changes or manoeuvres. They will cause an audible warning signal to be issued for a number of inappropriate actions such as sleepy or inattentive lane wandering occurs. They will also issue the same warning when you are following too closely, driving too quickly for conditions or for a quick moving vehicle entering your blind spot as a right side lane change is attempted. This high Tech feature first appeared in a 2004 Infinity as an option for the FX and M models-but now is a common option on almost every higher end car manufactured although the trickle-down effect is also seeing the addition to the options sheet of even more basic equipment cars now.
I found some of my old factory posters for the Super Bee which pretty much says it all about these rare Muscle Cars.
The Muscle car versions were from 1968-71 and included engines from the rock solid 383 with 440 Magnum heads and 335 hp to the unbeatable 426 Hemi motor with 425 hp. The 69-70 year added the 390 hp 440 motor.
The 71 added the 340, 275 hp,383 with 300 hp,the 440 with 370 hp & 385 hp and the 426 Hemi at 425 hp.
The Dodge Super Bee Hemi package added 33% to the price of the car and as a result only 125 Hemi versions were sold.
A “6-Pack version (three two-barrel carburetors) sitting on top of the 440 engine was added mid-year 1969, with only1,907 being sold. This version included the 6-pack, Dana 60 axle with a 4:10 gear ratio, heavy duty automatic or 4-speed transmission and a ‘lift off’ flat black scooped hood.
The package was the A12 M-code and also included heavy duty internal parts, black steel rim's and high performance G-15”tires with 11” drum brakes.
The only one I owned was a white 68 without a drivetrain that I paid $100 for.Traded it for a Mustang that ran.
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