1971 Dodge Charger Superbee on 2040-cars
Sapulpa, Oklahoma, United States
My eMail : SunnyVandenbergepech@yahoo.com
This is a real 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee. The car is partially restored andis being sold as I no longer have the time to complete it. The car is rare inthat it is (1) a SuperBee, (2) has a manual transmission with a Hurst PistolGrip shifter, and (3) an air grabber hood. The original engine was a 383 but thecar currently has a rebuilt 440 engine. The transmission is also rebuilt. Thecar is not currently running as it does not have a radiator and the fuel lineneeds to be connected to the carburetor. The engine does turn fine when the keyis inserted. The car has minimal rust with the exception of some damage aroundthe trunk area. Car was repainted by the previous owner and looks good from adistance but flaws and scratches are seen close up. The interior of the car hasbeen mostly redone (New headliner, New Carpet, Dash wiring, New Seats). Feelfree to message me with any questions. Here is a high levelof the car: Interior redone - carpet, headliner, dash wiring harness, Enginerebuilt but not started yet - Edelbrock 1407 Carburetor with Electric ChokeTransmission rebuilt New power steering box New power steering pump New enginebay wiring New alternator New electric distributor Front suspension rebuiltFront brakes changed to disc New gas tank, fuel lines, pump
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Auto blogThu, 15 Aug 2013
Chrysler's Jefferson North Assembly Plant opened in 1992 for production of the first Jeep Grand Cherokee, but in the subsequent years, the Detroit plant has gone on to produce some of the company's biggest SUVs including the Jeep Commander and Dodge Durango. Earlier this week, the plant produced its five-millionth SUV, which, fittingly, was a Grand Cherokee.
Celebrating the plant's five-millionth unit, the silver 2014 Grand Cherokee was promptly donated to the USO. In addition to this milestone SUV, Chrysler also had a near-perfect 1993-95 ZJ Grand Cherokee on hand for the photo op. Scroll down for the Chrysler press release as well as a video showing some of the speeches from the celebration.
NASCAR's Nationwide Series may have switched (in appearance anyway) to muscle cars, but American racing fans know that if they want to see real muscle cars on the street circuits, the only place to look is Trans Am. The all-American racing series is packed with Mustangs, Camaros and even Corvettes. The one thing it's been missing is the Dodge Challenger, but now SRT Motorsports has announced it's bringing its muscle car back where it belongs.
Rather than waiting until next year, the Miller Racing team is switching mid-season to the new Dodge Challenger SRT Trans Am racer you see here, just in time for this weekend's race at Mid-Ohio. And not just that - it's lined up a compelling pair of drivers to pilot it, as well.
The No. 11 car will be driven by Trans Am legend Tommy Kendall, a four-time series champion who's been off the grid since 2004. Backing him up in the No. 1 Challenger will be none other than Cameron Lawrence, the driver who has won five out of six races in the Chevy Camaro so far this season, losing out only once to American racing scion Adam Andretti.
A monstrous supercharged V8 engine could be in store for Chrysler and SRT products, if recent rumors are to be believed. Allpar is reporting that the forced-induction V8 - Chrysler's first, if this goes down - could make its debut this summer.
The story goes that the Hellcat would be based on a 6.2-liter Hemi engine, rather than on the existing 5.7- or 6.4-liter versions of the company's vaunted mill. In any case, the general consensus is that the motor will have gobs of power. Modest estimates call for between 500 to 570 horsepower, with some outliers predicting a figure as high as 600 hp. That figure would put the output would place the Hellcat awfully close to that of the 640-hp V10 in the SRT Viper, too. Allpar contends that a slightly lower powered version would allow Chrysler to keep costs below that of the more powerful Ford Shelby GT500, which might be a sweet spot.
The Hellcat could debut in a number of SRT products. SRT versions of the Charger, Challenger and 300 are all up for grabs, as is the rumored SRT Barracuda.