1970 Dodge Super Bee Hemi Two-Door Coupe – 4 Made
The 1970 Super Bee had great design and the best Hemi engines. Most of the cars produced were hardtops or convertibles, but Dodge offered a two-door pillared coupe as well. This was the choice of serious street racers who wanted the lightest body with the most powerful engine. It’s what the 1970 Super Bee 2-door with the Hemi truly was. Four left the factory, all with manual transmission (via Muscle Car Facts).
The 1970 Super Bee was the last of its kind since the 1971 model was based on the Charger. It was not based on the Coronet body style. With an aggressive design, an excellent lineup of engines, and a crazy name, it was a favorite with street racers.