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mattsmopars
04-25-2013, 10:06 PM
Well, I finally got my new 69 bee project today. I have had it bought for a while, but I got it home today. Overall a good solid car to start with, and basically complete. A life long Oregon car that was last registered in 1980.
Looks like someone has done a little body work here and there and primered a few spots, but for the most part it is original paint.
Its is a 383, 4 speed, bucket seat, console, N96 ramcharger hood, N85 tachometer, M46 side scoop, power disc brakes, deluxe interior car.
Has a replacement 69 383 Hp motor, and the original matching numbers 4 speed.
It has all of the ramcharger hood parts including the correct air cleaner. I also have the correct shifter and console, but everything is off and was in the trunk.

Anyway just thought I would share a few pictures for your viewing pleasure.
BTW if anyone needs a car moved I would recommend Bill from Bill's Autoworks.
He did a great job, with great communication and was right on time! You can find alot of references for him over on the HAMB message board

Thanks, Matt

4264door
04-25-2013, 10:13 PM
There is a LOT of car left there, lots of work to do but it should end up a really sweet Mopar!

ws27
04-25-2013, 11:04 PM
Nice score there. That is going to be a great project. Interesting to see that there are still good and neat project cars around still.

stamm321
04-26-2013, 01:31 AM
Nice! Tons of potential there!

Tyrra
04-26-2013, 03:34 AM
Nice project ! Good luck with it .

Mark's 69
04-26-2013, 08:23 AM
Nice. I could have fun with that! Good luck.
Mark

67r/t4speeder
04-26-2013, 10:03 AM
I am excited for you Matt, what a cool project and well equiped for a Bee. Keep the pics coming.

Racer Brown
04-26-2013, 11:01 AM
Your evenings and weekends are full now!!!!!!!!!!!

Ledsled 75
04-26-2013, 01:16 PM
That is awesome!

mattsmopars
04-26-2013, 09:11 PM
Your evenings and weekends are full now!!!!!!!!!!!

You have no idea..... Just to give you a little run down of my project list...
1.1965 coronet 2 door sedan #1
2. 1965 coronet 2 door sedan #2
3.1967 dodge dart
4.1965 coronet wagon *SOLD*
5.1972 340 duster
6.1969 plymouth GTX
7.1969 coronet super bee
along with 2 Honda CT70 and one Z50!
My nights and weekends have been full for a while. That is the reason I need to thin the herd down some. Matt

mattsmopars
04-26-2013, 09:13 PM
I am excited for you Matt, what a cool project and well equiped for a Bee. Keep the pics coming.
I appreciate that , it will be a long term project, as I have been looking for one for a while. Wanted an A12 bee, but just never could make it come together on one. This car came up and was optioned nice so I got it.
Thanks, Matt

Racer Brown
04-27-2013, 10:13 AM
You have no idea..... Just to give you a little run down of my project list...
1.1965 coronet 2 door sedan #1
2. 1965 coronet 2 door sedan #2
3.1967 dodge dart
4.1965 coronet wagon
5.1972 340 duster
6.1969 plymouth GTX
7.1969 coronet super bee
along with 2 Honda CT70 and one Z50!
My nights and weekends have been full for a while. That is the reason I need to thin the herd down some. MattGees Matt, you're going to "catch" up with that guy on the east coast, I forgot his name!!!!!!!!!!!

mattsmopars
04-27-2013, 02:59 PM
No I just need to thin down some. I am just a sucker when it comes to old mopars.
Matt

70moparman
05-10-2013, 12:13 AM
Matt ~ I had a Y2 69 Bee just like yours, only you had a 4 speed and side scoops ~ Nice options! Loved that car, love that color too, looks nice when done. Dig your CT70s too, I have 3 of them sharring the garage with my mopars... They are more fun than a barrel of monkeys

mattsmopars
05-23-2013, 01:09 PM
Dig your CT70s too, I have 3 of them sharring the garage with my mopars... They are more fun than a barrel of monkeys. Yeah The Z50 and the Ct70 are fun to ride ,except the other day I hit my dog on one so that was harry for a while! LOL Matt

mattsmopars
05-23-2013, 01:23 PM
I have also sold my 1965 coronet wagon 2 weeks ago to make room for the super bee. I sold it to Le Hodge over at Hodge restorations in Inman, SC. He is a great guy and runs a good operation. He seemed to be very pleased with the wagon. It is one of those bitter sweet things I hate to see something go, but I need to make room for other things so I can try to actually get a car finished rather than working on ten. Matt