Paul H Cassidy is the proud owner of this eye-popping Dodge Super Bee. What started out life as a standard 1970 Super Bee took 15 years to transform it into what you see today. The motor was built by Koffel's Place located in Walled Lake, MI. It has been featured on the covers of such magazines as JEGS and Chrysler Power. A cool detail about the car is that it is built with Aircraft NAS bolts and jet nuts; because if your car flies you better have the proper hardware. Paul finished this beauty last Summer and has still yet to make a full pass, which something we are eagerly awaiting! SPECS: 383 Motor built by Koffel's Place. Shortened wheelbase 10 inches to 108/109 staggered from 118 inches stock. Shortened car 10 inches. Steel roof & quarter panels. Hand made, one of a kind, one piece front clip. Skinny Kid Chassis certified 6.00 or faster. 5 speed lenco with custom made pistol grip shifters. Pro star fuel pump. MSD coil & Wires. Powermaster Alternator. Weiland tunnel ram albeit modified .Holley 660 Center squirters Carbs. Starlite Hose.s Earls AN fittings. Mopar Performance valve covers. System one oil filter. Autometer Tachometer & Racepak data logger. Simpson belts. JEGs Roll bar padding. CO2 Bottle.
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