Muscle cars should look tough and go fast, and the '69 Super Bee Six Pack was all that and more. Straight from the factory, these cars came battle-ready with steel rims (no hubcaps for racers), redline tires and high-impact paint. Btut it was what was under the hood that caused the locomotion. A six pack of carbs atop a hot 440 really got the Bee steaming, to the point where many claim it was the fastest factory muscle car ever made – for a lot less money than the famed Hemi. Throw in a fiberglass lift-off hood with a huge air intake and you have a butch rig with unique looks. It couldn't go round corners to save itself, but in a straight line, this was unbeatable on the street.