Cool. Always nice to see the big B-bodies alive and well. Especially Super Bees. I see the Road Runners quite a bit for sale, but for some reason, I've never seen to many Super Bees out there.............Los
They actually made almost 28,000 in the '69 model year. They don't give a production breakdown between post coupes or hardtop coupes. But for some reason, they just seem to be far and few between to me. As I very seldom see one anymore...............Los
They made approximatly 18,475 2 door hard top Super Bees. Your right though they made around 28k if you add in coupes. It has a 69 383 Hp punched 30 over with 11 to 1 forged pistons, Dynomax jet hot coated headers, Mopar 509 cam, 516 heads with valve job, 6 pak rods, Edelbrock intake, 3000 stall converter, and 650 carter soon to be 750 Edelbrock 3:23 gears soon to be 4:10. Its pretty quick.
I think superbees must be the only big block Mopars east TN got its fair share on. We ain't got shit for dodge chargers or plymouth satellite GTXs. Our selection of plymouth satellite roadrunners is better than other mopars, but they are still pretty hard to come across, but bees are rather common compared to other big block mopars around here.
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