Enter the all-new Super Bee Dream Giveaway and you might just find yourself with the coolest Mopars on your block. The grand-prize package includes this documented 1971 Dodge Super Bee paired with a brand-new 2023 Dodge Charger Hellcat Hell Bee. Plus, we’ll pay $32,000 for the taxes if you’re the winner. Don’t be stuck in the slow lane. Get your entries now!
The original Dodge Super Bee was based on the Dodge Coronet two-door coupe, and was produced from 1968 until 1970. Way back in the Fall of 1970, Dodge introduced an all-new, one-year-only Super Bee based on the Dodge Charger with a 383ci big-block/four-barrel V-8 standard.
We’re big fans of early-’70s Dodge muscle cars and we know you are, too. That’s why we specially chose this incredibly rare ’71 Super Bee for you to enter to win. Let’s take a quick look at what makes this classic Mopar muscle car a keeper!
Do we know who the original owner of this ’71 Dodge Super Bee was? No, but he (or she) sure had performance as his (or her) middle name.
We’re talking right off the sunny California Dodge dealer showroom floor with a big block. A four-speed. A limited-slip rear. Plus, a Pistol grip to shift the gears. Thank you, Mr. or Mrs. Original Owner!
Throughout the decades, each subsequent custodian of this 1971 Dodge Super Bee has understood the rarity and unique qualities that make this muscle car special. When you enter and win, you’ll be much more than the next person to hold title to this classic Mopar dream machine. You’ll be the new custodian of a legendary muscle car from Dodge’s incredible past.
You will be impressed with the restoration quality. Photographs and receipts pertaining to the scope of the work will be given to you if you are the winner. Trophies? We think you’ll have no problem filling the back seat with them. So, what are you waiting for? Your donation to win helps out veterans’ and children’s charities. Enter now.
Dodge produced 5,054 Super Bees for 1971. This is 1 of 773 documented with the 383ci V-8 and a four-speed manual transmission with Pistol Grip shifter. Plus, this grand-prize Super Bee features the High Impact Butterscotch exterior paint color, making it even cooler. It is estimated to be 1 of 53 in this color. You’ll never have a problem finding it in a parking lot or at a car show!
Collectors know how important historical documentation is when it comes to classic muscle cars. Included with this grand-prize 1971 Super Bee are two original broadcast sheets, the original body tag, and an original VIN-stamped block and transmission. We believe this classic muscle car also has its original body panels and rear axle.
This grand-prize 1971 Dodge Super Bee comes with many of the factory documents, which were provided to the original owner on the day he or she left the Dodge new-car showroom back in the Summer of 1971, including the owner’s manual, warranty booklet and more.
Make a donation today and you’ll be one step closer to bringing home this fully restored ’71 Dodge Super Bee. It’s one honey of a muscle car!
This grand-prize 1971 Dodge Super Bee rolled down the assembly line at Dodge’s Lynch Road Assembly Plant on June 10, 1971, and was trucked to a new Dodge dealer in California with the following verified factory options:
EL-5 High Impact Butterscotch paint
E65 383-ci V-8 4-bbl (standard on the Super Bee)
D21 4-speed manual-floor shift with Pistol Grip shifter
D53 3.23 gear ratio with 8 ¾ axle
F53 59 amp battery
N41 Dual exhaust
F96 Rallye gauges
J81 Go Wing rear spoiler
V21 Blackout hood treatment
M96 Ram Charger option (dealer added)
S13 Rallye suspension
N97 Noise reduction package
V6X Body side tape stripe
S77 Power steering
B41 Power front disc brakes
Nothing could be finer than winning this 1971 Dodge Super Bee and a 2023 Dodge Charger Hell Bee, plus we pay $32,000 for the taxes!
Don’t delay. Enter now!