1969 1/2 Dodge 440 6 Pack Super Bee
These 69 ½ cars were the brain child of a very Ram-Charger Dodge man. He wanted to build a car that was distinctive, extremely fast but also inexpensive. That is why there is a no non-sense interior in the car with no frills. It also came with no hub caps. This was also what kids did to these cars back then.
These bad boys were times in several magazines with faster times than the comparable Hemi. This car bring a 2 door post cat is the most desirable of all these cars because it was lighter but structurally stinger as a result of the 2 door post configuration. These cars came with a specially built 440 engine with 3 2 bbl. Carbs; hence the name 6 PACK, The 4-speed transmission was the same used in the Hemi for the utmost durability. All the cars came with a DANA rear end sporting 4:10 gears. The suspension was the Police suspension with heavy duty everything. The radiator was a special unit made to keep the car cool. The whole package was made with only one thing in mind and that was to go very fast at a nominal cost.
There was only 267 of the two door Post cars made with 4-speed transmissions. The serial number on this car is WM21M9A246825. A really nice option on this car is power steering. Believe it or not, some cars did not come with it and it is like wrestling with a Gorilla trying to get it to turn at low speed if there is no power steering.
This particular car does not have a broadcast sheet or a fender tag, so please do not ask me if it does. As a result, the price is lower than cars that have them. It is, however, in the A-12 registry an also is known by Galen Govier. There is traceability on the mileage with copies of two car titles that this car HAS. The mileage is only 52,000 and according to the two titles we have, this is true. One of the owners owned this car for 23 years and had it mostly inside in storage during his ownership. During that time he only put 3,500 miles on it. There is ownership history back to the 70’s and title history back to the 80’s. The engine and transmission are 1969 and are matching to each other, but are not original to this car.
The car has been painted only one time that we know of and the interior appears to be in very good original condition. It would not take much in my opinion to easily take this car to another level which would of course make it worth quite a bit more money. I love cars in this condition as they beg to be driven and you can do this without fear of hurting something. This car is car # 263 in the A-12 registry and was one of the first 100 of these cars built.
The last owner of this car did not drive it much so a great number of items suffered as a result of that. The gentleman that I selling this car for re-built all the suspension and also the brake systems so the car would behave correctly. He just recently rebuilt the engine so whomever buys this car should have a very reliable car to play with. I have receipts for the work on all these items. I have driven this car quite a lot and it drives just you would want it to and when you kick in the 3 x 2’s …HOLD ON!! It is very fast!!
Steve - 281-531-9090 or firstname.lastname@example.org