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1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed

Posted By: cudascooter

1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/29/20 03:49 PM

1970 Super Bee

Very Cool! What do you think it’s worth? I know it’s green...
Posted By: BloFish

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/29/20 04:12 PM

I’d say $13,099
Posted By: NewbombTurkk

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/29/20 04:33 PM

Another guys selling a decade late....get it free, restore and be way underwater on it. Too bad as those cars rock.
Posted By: Not yr uncle Bob

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/29/20 05:03 PM

It seems like the market is made up of:

Over restored cars that cost too much
Restored cars that are problematic, that also cost too much
Project cars missing a bunch of parts, that also cost too much
Project cars that should be parted out, that also cost too much

That poor Bee looks like it not only comes from Salt Lake City, but like it spent some time actually in the lake.
Posted By: burdar

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/29/20 05:53 PM

Put a trunk floor in it and drive the crap out of it...Looks cool the way it is IMO.
Posted By: fc7_plumcrazy

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/29/20 05:57 PM

I like the faded V6F green stripe but I am not fancy on FF4 green met

Carsten
Posted By: an8sec70cuda

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/29/20 06:14 PM

Originally Posted by burdar
Put a trunk floor in it and drive the crap out of it...Looks cool the way it is IMO.

iagree I was thinking the exact same thing!
Posted By: theraif

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/29/20 06:41 PM

iagree or as is drive
Posted By: Neil

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/29/20 09:49 PM

Rear window channel HAS to be gone for the trunk floor to be rusted away like that. I'd get that fixed too.

Wheels and tires need changed out before I'd want to be seen in it. Paint the wheels body color with the red circle hubcaps.
Posted By: topside

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/29/20 10:10 PM

Ad mentions rust around back window and front floor.
But yeah, fix that stuff, do the interior, and drive it.
I'd have to do something about wheels & tires, & refit the stock intake.
Bet I could be upside-down in that in a years' time laugh2 !
Posted By: 73DAD

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/30/20 12:05 PM

Call me crazy, but... you guys could own a car just for the sake of enjoyment. I know, I know... its a radical thought... silly me. Its all about the money, my bad.
Posted By: OhioMopar

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/30/20 12:15 PM

Originally Posted by 73DAD
Call me crazy, but... you guys could own a car just for the sake of enjoyment. I know, I know... its a radical thought... silly me. Its all about the money, my bad.

Now you're just talking nonsense.
Posted By: gtx6970

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/30/20 01:28 PM

Originally Posted by 73DAD
Call me crazy, but... you guys could own a car just for the sake of enjoyment. I know, I know... its a radical thought... silly me. Its all about the money, my bad.


I do. My new to me car makes me smile every time i look at it. Even better knowing its in my garage till I'm breathing dirt.
I could care less what the future holds for it as far as value. My heirs can discuss that much later.

But..... i tend to be reasonably smart with my money and not piss it away on something thats not going to be worth half what I have invested it either the day after I bought it
Posted By: MONC

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/30/20 03:48 PM

Originally Posted by fc7_plumcrazy
I like the faded V6F green stripe but I am not fancy on FF4 green met

Carsten


Great minds think alike Carsten.

I would leave the paint as is, and buff up the stripe , make it glow, and fix it minimally to make it reliable.
Now convince my aging body to do that and it would be mine, lol .
Posted By: Neil

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/30/20 07:57 PM

Many of the greens colors back then are not bad when they are new and shiny. When they get oxidized they look really bad.

A junkyard here has another FF4 with ledger green stripe 70 super bee. It's at 1.24 in.

https://youtu.be/bcPItR8WGH8
Posted By: moparmike1

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/30/20 09:52 PM

Originally Posted by Neil
Many of the greens colors back then are not bad when they are new and shiny. When they get oxidized they look really bad.

A junkyard here has another FF4 with ledger green stripe 70 super bee. It's at 1.24 in.

https://youtu.be/bcPItR8WGH8


Thanks for sharing that video.

Mike.
Posted By: 78LRE

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/31/20 12:53 AM

Triple green is no bueno for me but I'm a [censored]......
Posted By: Neil

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/31/20 01:04 AM

Originally Posted by moparmike1
Originally Posted by Neil
Many of the greens colors back then are not bad when they are new and shiny. When they get oxidized they look really bad.

A junkyard here has another FF4 with ledger green stripe 70 super bee. It's at 1.24 in.

https://youtu.be/bcPItR8WGH8


Thanks for sharing that video.

Mike.


It's an amazing yard. Expensive, but they do have a lot of cool stuff.

Same green Superbee appears at the end of this video too. https://youtu.be/9VmC1wGzSr8
Posted By: BloFish

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/31/20 05:03 AM

Apparently I’m wrong... $13,600
Posted By: moparmike1

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 10/31/20 10:34 AM

Originally Posted by Neil
Originally Posted by moparmike1
Originally Posted by Neil
Many of the greens colors back then are not bad when they are new and shiny. When they get oxidized they look really bad.

A junkyard here has another FF4 with ledger green stripe 70 super bee. It's at 1.24 in.

https://youtu.be/bcPItR8WGH8


Thanks for sharing that video.

Mike.


It's an amazing yard. Expensive, but they do have a lot of cool stuff.

Same green Superbee appears at the end of this video too. https://youtu.be/9VmC1wGzSr8



If my travels ever bring me to Idaho, I'll check L&L out.

Thanks again,

Mike.
Posted By: cudascooter

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 11/02/20 12:25 PM

Not bad. $16,877.
Posted By: cudascooter

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 12/05/20 09:45 PM

I guess a flipper bought it and is thinking there is more meat on the bone! We’ll see...

70 Bee
Posted By: Mr.Yuck

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 12/11/20 02:51 PM

Here on the east coast...that car is pretty solid. Fix the rust abd drive it until you can save enough money to get it done... floors are an easy fix, So are interior's. The issues with those 70's is nobody makes aftermarket 1/4's for them. Those 1/4's look straight and have little rust.
Posted By: fc7_plumcrazy

Re: 1970 Super Bee 383 4 speed - 12/12/20 02:21 AM

Originally Posted by cudascooter
I guess a flipper bought it and is thinking there is more meat on the bone! We’ll see...

70 Bee


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