1970 was the end of the two door models in the Dodge Coronet lineup. Still needing a budget performance car Dodge added Super Bee to the Charger lineup. This unique one year model would also be the last Super Bee’s produced. Priced under the Dodge Charger R/T.
The 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee offered buyers a low-cost, high performance package with a 383 Magnum four barrel V-8 rated at 300 hp. Also included was a three speed manual floor shifted transmission. A host of other options were available including the 440magnum Six Pack and 426 Hemi engines.
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