Mopar Power: 1968 Dodge Coronet Super Bee 440 Awesome Engine Sound, Race & Great Burnouts!

1968 Dodge Coronet

Here we go with one vintage Detroit muscle that we do not have a chance to see that often, a 1968 Dodge Coronet Super Bee, with a Magnum 440 under the hood, perfectly restored and a little bit customized. Those of you who are deep into Mopar, know that in 1968, along with the Charger and the Coronet R/T, Dodge added the Cornet Super Bee model in the awesome 1968 lineup. And thank Heaven for that.

The standard engine that was used was the 383 cubic inch that was generating 335 HP, with a heavy-duty suspension, and the inspiration for the Super Bee name is coming from its B-body chassis. This great example that you are going to see racing with one of the latest models of Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 and doing rubber burnouts, is packing a Magnum 440, probably with an automatic transmission. Other than that, we do not have any data about it, so we will not try to speculate.

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