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The cutting on the ’70 Dodge Super Bee never seems to stop, I thought to myself. In removing all of the rotted trunk pan, I discovered the trunk extensions were either completely gone themselves, or wholly disconnected from the lower quarters, as they too had rotted away. The frame rails appeared to be in decent enough condition, but the rear cross member tying the rails together, as well as the entirety of the rear tail panel was equally gone. Like, you can’t weld anything to it, rice paper-thin gone. So alas, it all had to go. What remained were the loose-hanging remnants of quarter panels, exposed frame rails and little else.

Read the whole story at Mopar Connection Magazine HERE: