If you are a Dodge fan, you may like this 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee, which actually looks really cool. At the front it has a black grille with a Super Bee emblem on it, and a quad headlights. It has a dual scoops on the hood with a Hemi badges, and a fender ends which are not functional, but definitely it gives a muscular look to the car. It is on a Cragar wheels with a BFGoodrich Tyres, and a rear Dana 60 axle. At the back there is another Super Bee badge, a great looking bumper and a dual exhaust pipes right beneath it.
It has a very nice interior as well, just like new. All black vinyl with a bucket seats at front, a 150 mph speedometer and a wood rim steering wheel. This 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee is powered by a 472 Hemi engine, with a big Indy high performance cylinder heads, with a dual four barrels carburetor, tied to a 4-speed manual transmission.