1971 Super Bee Dodge Charger

    Members Rides
  INDEX

    '71 Charger Super Bee
  CONTACT INFORMATION

   Gary Matjasic - EV2 HEMI ORANGE 383, Auto

AN INTERESTING HISTORY

By Gary Matjasic

1971 Charger Super Bee I the summer of '96 I started looking for a decent Mopar cruiser to purchase. During the Woodward cruise my brother spotted a '71 Super Bee on the side of the road for sale and thought we should check it out. It was Butterscotch with brown interior 383-3spd on the floor. Car had original paint and solid but looked as though the Duke boys had owned it for a while. I managed to make a deal on the car and this sparked my passion for the '71's.

Since I have owned the car I have had the transmission rebuilt, which required a new flywheel and converter. I have rewired the engine compartment, removed the Holley and installed a rebuilt carter carb. (The correct carb for the motor), rebuilt the complete brake system, new power steering system including the gear box.

1971 Charger Super Bee I hope to start a complete restoration soon. I have located a large number of NOS parts and still looking. I have bought parts from all over the county. A correct date motor form Baltimore. A set of doors from Chicago. A left quarter from Arizona. I am looking for a rust free right quarter.

  • 383 Magnum engine
  • 727 transmission
  • EV2 Hemi orange paint
  • Elastromeric bumpers
  • Power windows
  • Air conditioning
  • Black vinyl top
  • Tuff wheel
  • 15" Rallye wheels

Gary

1971 DODGE CHARGER SUPER BEE IMAGES
'71 Super Bee '71 Super Bee '71 Super Bee
'71 Super Bee

 
 Sponsors Ads

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum
Moparr Motor Consulting

Super Bee Registry

Super Car Collectible
Moparr Motor Consulting

71 Charger RT Registry

  71 Charger RT Registy
71 Super Bee

"MoparŪ is a registered trademark of Chrysler LLC"