This amazing 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee, offered for sale by August Motorcars, is painted in classic Hemi Orange Metallic over Cream Vinyl Seats. Finished beautifully by Woodgrain Accents, this powerful and very well cared for Super Bee Charger was expertly detailed by our professional detail bay upon arrival, comes to us in great condition after being upgraded with a Ray Barton Racing 528 Hemi Engine and passes our stringent 100 point inspection making it August Certified.
Engine: 528 Hemi; Ray Barton Racing
Output: 515hp @ 5220 rpm, 588 lb-ft @ 4160 rpm
Short Block: Mopar Performance 500 Wedge
Crankshaft: Forged 4340, 4.15" Stroke Mopar Performance
Pistons: Forged 10.25 Pistons, 4.38" Bore
Net Compression Ratio: 9:1.
Heads: Ported Stage V Cast Iron Mopar Performance
Valvetrain: Comp Cams Extreme Energy 284H Camshaft
Pro Magnum Roller Rockers & Hi-tech 5/16" Pushrods
Intake: Mopar Performance M1 Single Plane high rise
Carburetor: 850 CFM Barry Grant Speed Demon
Transmission: TCI Street Fighter 727 Auto
Diff: 8 ¾", Strange 3.91 Gears Auburn Pro-Series Limited
Exhaust – Full TI System with Ceramic-Coated Headers
Wheels: Center Line Chrome
Tires: 225/60 R15 Fr & P275/60 R15 Rr
Car was built at the Lynchroad plant in Detroit on September 25 1970 and sold in Duchess, Alberta on January 14, 1971. The car was a trade-in at McKay Pontiac Buick in July 1988, and was purchased the same week with 53k original miles. The car was left un-restored and driven until 1998 when the engine was rebuilt. In January 2002, the car was completely disassembled
and the rebuild process started, with a Ray Barton Racing 528 Hemi engine replacing the
original 383 Magnum.
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