eBay This is a fantastic 1970 Dodge Super Bee for sale in the iconic FC7 Plum Crazy purple. The car was owned and restored by a former Mopar auto restoration technician. He changed careers and relocated for employment; that's why the car is being sold. The best part about this sale is the hard part has been done; the paint and body…..it's ready to roll. It has zero rust and just needs to be put back together.
The car has some very cool options including, Plum Crazy high impact paint, hood pins, dual manual mirrors, Sure-Grip 3.91 gears, AM/FM radio, white bucket seat interior with console, light package, trim group, dual exhaust with tips, tach, white C-stripe, hood turn signals, and 3 speed wipers. We have the original fender tag for the car.
The Super Bee was originally an Eastern Washington high desert car. A professional complete bare metal re-spray was done, with the lower quarters and the lower trunk pan extensions. The rest of the car has original sheet metal. The trunk pan has some pitting but didn't have any holes so it wasn't replaced. This was a real solid west coast car to start out with.
The majority of the component restoration has been done on this car. All of the seats have been reupholstered with a new interior kit from Legendary Interiors. The rear upper door panels have been painted, a lot of the black parts have been restored, and the dash was painted the correct textured finish. Sure we are missing more parts that have been restored. There is a bucket of professionally replated fasteners including in the sale. We also have a ton of new parts for it including the fuel filler, gas tank, door panels, head liner, etc, etc. We figure this car already has had close to $20k in paint and $10k in parts and component restoration done already. Whatever this Super Bee sells for; it is going to be a deal, especially when you factor in all the work that has already been done.
The car comes with non-numbers 1970 383 HP block, and HD 727 torqueflite transmission. The engine and transmission need to be gone through, but they are there. Currently the rear is a 8-3/4 open diff.
We literally have shelves full of parts for this one. With lots of spares, that being said, it's missing the AM/FM radio, the radiator, and a few small bits, but the majority of the parts are included.
Please e-mail us to set up an appointment to see the car. Feel free to ask any questions about the car. My number is 206-790-1063 if you want to call with questions. The car is located in Olympia, Washington, which is about an hour south of Seattle, Washington and an hour and a half north of Portland, Oregon right off I5.
Every effort has been made to make an accurate description of this car, but some things were probably missed. This is a fantastic project car with the hard part done, paint and body.
We accept Money Orders, Cashier's Check, or Wire Transfer. A $500.00 nonrefundable deposit must be made within 48 hours of the auction ending. Payment must be made within seven days of the auction finishing. The car must be either shipped or picked up within thirty days of the auction finishing. We reserve the right to end the auction and cancel bids at any time as the car is for sale locally.
Shipping is not a big deal, we have used a broker a few times to ship cars that we really trust so please contact us for his number. He makes the process super easy and can send it anywhere in the US (or even Internationally!) We are also going to Mopars at the Park in Minnesota in May/June and could trailer it there for diesel money.

“Excellent Project 1970 Super Bee. Paint and Body Finished - Just Need to Reassemble”
Year: 1970 VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): WM23N0E116711
Mileage: 1 Number of Cylinders: 8
Make: Dodge Transmission: Automatic
Model: Coronet Body Type: Coupe
Trim: Super Bee Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Engine: 383 Vehicle Title: Clear
Drive Type: RWD Fuel Type: Gasoline
For Sale By: Private Seller Sub Model: Super Bee
Disability Equipped: No Exterior Color: Purple
Drive Side: Left-hand drive Interior Color: White