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1971 was the only year that you were lucky enough to be able to purchase both a Dodge Charger and a Super Bee at the same time. Previuosly, the Super Bee was a Coronet. This is a true Super Bee coded car that originally had a 383, but now has a very beefy 440 6pk supplying the power. It features a new TCI automatic transmission and power disc brakes, along with new Cooper tires and custom racing wheels. This is a ground up rebuild featuring beautiful \"Plum Crazy\" paint (including the complete engine compartment), and has the original style white vinyl top. The new interior is black/white and the guages include the tach. This is a VERY nice car that does great at shows, and heads turn and it\'s all thumbs up while cruisin\', and with all new exhaust with Magnaflo mufflers, it sounds as good as it looks! Priced right, only selling because we\'re moving and there\'s no space. This car has always been garaged and the car cover goes with it. Call Gene at 918-964-1025 Oklahoma
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