1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee 340

1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee 340

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Vehicle Specification

Super Bee
Listing ID
Body Style
Fuel Type
Exterior Color

Vehicle Description

1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee 340

What Makes This Car Special

The Dodge Charger (B-body) is a mid-size automobile that was
produced by Dodge from 1966 to 1978 and was based on the Chrysler B
The 1971 model year introduced the third generation Charger,
characterized by a new split grille and more rounded "fuselage"
The 1971 Charger Super Bee was promoted in the line and production
numbers of the Super Bee reached 5,054. 1971 was the first and only
year that a small block engine (340 4-bbl) became available in the
Super Bee.

We have a very rare 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee 340 here at Skyway
Classics that has the VIN Tag and Trim Tag to verify that it was a
real 340 Super Bee that came in red with the black interior and
black vinyl top.


1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee 340

M-Medium Price Class
23-2 Door Hardtop
H1A 340 275HORSEPOWER 1-4BBL 8 CYL High Performance
A-Lynch Rd Detroit, MI Assy Plant
166836 Sequential Unit Number
D32: Heavy Duty Automatic Transmission
FE5: Bright Red (Dodge), Rallye Red (Plymouth, Chrysler & Imperial)
Exterior Color
C6X9: Trim - Charger, Vinyl Bucket Seats, Black
326: Build Date: March 26
V1X: Full Vinyl Top, Black
C16: Console w/Woodgrain Panel
26: 26in Radiator

340 cubic inch engine 275 horsepower
4BBL carb
Block, heads, and intake painted blue
Fresh air grabber air cleaner assembly,
Black finned valve covers
Dual exhausts
Automatic transmission
H.D. rear end
Clean and detailed engine compartment and chassis
Black high-back bucket seats
Factory dashboard that includes a tachometer and upscale wood grain
Black steering wheel
Automatic shifter in the woodgrain adorned console
Pushbutton AM/FM radio
Matching black door panels, carpet, and headliner
Bright Red Paint
Eye-popping graphics including the black side stripes and Super Bee
Fully functional N96 air grabber hood
Satin black deck lid mounted wing
Matching chin spoiler
Racy hood pins
Aftermarket 5-spoke polished wheels
Black sidewall tires make

Mechanical Specs

Our Bee has super-low production numbers with the 340 cubic inch
engine (see engine block numbers pic) that was rated at 275
horsepower with the 4BBL carb, block, heads, and intake painted
blue, fresh air grabber air cleaner assembly, black finned valve
covers, headers sending the gasses back to the dual exhausts,
automatic transmission, H.D. rear end, with all sitting in a clean
and detailed engine compartment and chassis.


In 71 the Chargers also received an all-new interior which in
typical Mopar fashion was stylish and well-executed. Ours has a
comfortable black high-back bucket seats sporting seat covers all
in black, a comprehensive dashboard that includes a tachometer, and
upscale wood grain appliques.

It has a black steering wheel, automatic shifter in the woodgrain
adorned console, pushbutton AM/FM radio, matching black door
panels, carpet, and headliner complete the interior appointments
making this a car thats ready to show or drive at almost any


Bright Red was an unusual color in 71 but it is correct on this
Super Bee this is a seriously good-looking car. The long nose/short
deck styling made popular with the pony cars translated well to the
new Charger and this one looks fast just sitting still.

Loaded with all the eye-popping graphics available including the
black side stripes and Super Bee graphics, and the fully functional
N96 air grabber hood.
Theres no color combination more fitting than a bright red and
black stripe Super Bee such as this. Add in the satin black deck
lid mounted wing, the matching chin spoiler, and racy hood pins,
the taillights that are housed in a silver panel, and the two
exhaust tips along with the aftermarket 5-spoke polished wheels and
black sidewall tires make for a striking presentation.


The 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee 340 we have at Skyway Classics is
a great example and about as correct as its gonna get. This great
example is a rare example of the 1971 Charger Super Bee 340
awaiting to sting your competition. Now thats as sweet as


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