25 Classic Cars You Don't Know (But Should)

1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee 426 Hemi

Although the Super Bee name has become associated with the Dodge Charger, as of late, the original Super Bee was used on the Coronet, which was a car derived from the Plymouth Road Runner. The car had a 426 Hemi engine, a twin-scooped air induction hood, heavy duty suspension, and an optional Mopar four-speed stick. That's power, baby.

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