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The Dodge Super Bee is a super model that you’re going to want to get your hands on — if you’re not already dying to! Dodge brand created this masterpiece in 1968 and kept up its original production for just three more years until 1971. It was a short-lived masterpiece — a classic for the ages. Now, with a little help from the Dodge dealer San Antonio residents trust for all things Dodge brand, you can get your hands on a Dodge Super Bee to call your very own. Keep reading to learn more about the Dodge Super Bee and how you can get one.
When the Dodge Super Bee first came out, it was clear that its design borrowed heavily from the Dodge Coronet, a two-door coupe. But what we didn’t know at the time was that the Dodge Super Bee would be the model figure for all Dodge muscle cars to follow in its footsteps, or tire tracks. Models of the future borrowed so much from the original Dodge Super Bee that the Dodge brand even decided to bring it back, in a way.
In 2007, Dodge brand re-introduced the Dodge Super Bee to the market as a trim to the Dodge Charger until 2009. It did so again from 2012 to 2014, giving fans of the original style exactly what they were looking for.
Long story short, when you’re looking at the Dodge Charger for sale, you’re looking at the spirit of the Dodge Super Bee living on inside it. In some instances, you may even be looking at the Dodge Super Bee directly! Just like the original model, however, the Super Bee Charger is no longer being offered. If this is a model you’re particularly interested in, though, check out our used inventory and look for the Dodge Charger SRT8 (one of the Super Bee’s designations).
Another one of the Super Bee’s hidden identities is the R/T Scat Pack, which included an “Angry Bee” variant for the 2019 model year. You can find this on a used Dodge Challenger for sale on our lot. If you can’t find a Super Bee Challenger or another model that you really want in our used inventory, let us know, and we can keep an eye out or search for one for you.
The name “Bee” might have been a direct reference to its “B” body style, but it’s incredibly apt given the power that the Dodge Super Bee could put out. It saw three different engines in its original production between 1968 and 1970. They were all V8 engines, so you know they were ready to kick some serious bumper on the roads. The 6.3L V8 was offered for all of the model years, and it got an estimated 335 bhp (brake horsepower) and 425 pound-feet of torque. The other engine that was available for all of the model years was a 7.0L HEMI V8, and it massively pumped up the power to 425 bhp and 490 pound-feet of torque. There was also another engine that wasn’t introduced until 1969: the 7.2L six-pack V8. It saw slightly improved horsepower over the first engine and torque numbers that matched the second engine with 390 bhp and 490 pound-feet of torque.
A Dodge Super Bee can be worth a different amount depending on the model year you’re looking at in addition to different configurations, accessories, and how well it has been kept up. Generally, standout examples of the Dodge Super Bee can be worth anywhere between $30,000 and even up to $100,000.
The Dodge Super Bee is a muscle car that was manufactured by the Dodge brand and was originally produced from 1968 to 1971. It stood out for its attractive design, peppy engine, and agreeable price range. It was the car that everyone wanted at the time, and it is making a comeback as a highly sought-after classic model.
In 1970, there were estimated to be just over 18,000 Dodge Super Bee models produced. Here’s what they consisted of:
The Dodge Super Bee may be gone, but it isn’t lost forever. With a little help from your neighborhood Dodge dealership near San Marcos, you can be the owner of a classic Dodge Super Bee. As soon as you give us the word, we’ll pull a few strings and return back with a Dodge Super Bee that you can be proud of. So, give us a call to get ahead of the game on bringing the sting to your competition.