1971 Super Bee Dodge Charger

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   WM23N1_1XXGK6 - GK6 DARK BRONZE 383, AUTO, Y22

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'71 Super Bee
GK6 Dark Bronze Metallic (Original Color)
T6 Saddle Tan Interior (Original Color)
Black Vinyl Top
Black Hood Treatment and Stripes

383 Magnum engine
727 Automatic Transmission
8 ┬ż Rear Axle with 3.23:1 Sure Grip

Air Conditioning
Power Steering
Power Disc Brakes
AM/FM Radio

Locking Hood Pins
Chrome Side View Mirror
Road Wheels
Radial Tires

Y22 Code & Documented factory built car for a Chrysler Executive!!

Have Fender Tag and Broadcast Sheet!!

1971 Super Bee Restoration List

Body redone:
Entire body, engine compartment, trunk, and door jambs all stripped, prepped, primed, sanded, and repainted base coat-clear coat in the original GK6 Dark Bronze Metallic. (AKA Autumn Bronze Metallic - Plymouth's name for the color) Extremely straight body, beautiful paint with no blemishes or problems.

New stripes, hood blackout, and decals
New Vinyl top
Bumpers rechromed front and rear
New bumperettes and rubber
Front grills and rear taillight housings professionally and beautifully restored!
New hood pin set and lanyards
New Emblems all around
New tinted windshield, replaced rear window, all clips and seals
New trunk weatherstripping
New side windows felt "fuzzies" set
New chrome side view mirror
4 New wheel opening moldings
New trim rings, and restored Road Wheels and center caps
4 New tires, balanced assemblies
New underhood rubber radiator seal and clips
New door hinges
New door locks and assemblies
New door lock buttons and ferrules
New door VIN sticker from Performance Car Graphics
New door tire pressure decal
New trunk decals
New A/C window decal


New Legendary Auto Interior: Front and rear seat covers.
New package tray.
New carpet and sound deadener kit.
New headliner.
Headrests redone.
Dash silver trim redone.
New gas pedal and chrome bezel.
New brake pedal and chrome bezel.
New emergency brake pedal and chrome bezel. New emergency brake release handle.
New speakers and rebuilt AM/FM radio.
Perfect dash pad!
New door sill plates and screw sets.

Engine and Underhood:

Rebuilt engine. New valves, seals, rings, etc. All new plugs, seals, and gaskets
New water pump
New oil pump
New timing chain
Crankshaft redone and checked
Retrofit A/C system to R134a. All new seals, dye, kit, and charge
New and complete Electronic Ignition Conversion Package
New correct tan distributor cap
New correct date - coded ignition wires
Correct Carburetor rebuilt
New Dual Snorkel Air Cleaner
New 383 Magnum Pie Tin
New motor mounts
New fuel line to carburetor
New air and fuel filters
New PCV and hose, and New black breather cap
New vacuum hose
New radiator and New heater hoses
New radiator overflow hose
New belts
New oil pressure and H2O temperature sending units
New Mopar battery
New battery cables
New battery tray
New washer bottle, cap, and hoses
New heater control valve (Extinct piece-impossible to find!!)
New and correct underhood decals


Rebuilt transmission
New speedometer housing and seal
New speedometer cable
New transmission mount


Rear axle work done. (Have receipt but can't make out the details on it.)

Front End, Suspension, Fuel, and Brakes:

Rebuilt Front End: (Moog parts)
New idler arm assembly
New stabilizer link
2 New upper ball joints
4 New upper control arm bushings
2 New lower control arm bushings
New strut bar bushing set
2 New sway bar links
New sway bar bushings
New cam bolt set
2 New rebound bushings
Alignment and correct torsion bar height adjustment
New shocks
2 New brake hoses (Bendix)
1 New brake line
Brakes done only a few thousand miles ago
Master cylinder redone
Wheel bearings cleaned and repacked
2 New front hubs and discs

New vapor separator tank. (This is the little known tank on '71s inside the wheelhouse) 5 new hose lines between vapor tank and gas tank.

I have all receipts for this work, plus the original sales invoices from 1971!
I also have a laminated window sticker, and most importantly:
The original and perfect condition broadcast sheet!!

There are additional incidental parts that have been replaced during the restoration, but I don't have receipts for them.

This car is a factory code Y22 Corporate Lease Vehicle! It was specially ordered new for a Chrysler Executive and has the words;
written on the bottom of the broadcast sheet!
I bet you've never seen that before!

In checking with Govier and other experts they acknowledged it's uniqueness.

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