'69-1/2
SIXPACK / SIXBBL
REGISTRY
DODGE SUPER BEE SIX PACK

VIN: WM23M9A282981

BODYSTYLE:  2 DOOR HARDTOP

ORIGINAL COLOR: R4 RED

CURRENT COLOR: R4 RED

PAINT: ORIGINAL

VINYL TOP: BLACK

INTERIOR:  BLACK

CURRENT INTERIOR COLOR: BLACK

SEATS: BENCH

MOTOR:   ORIGINAL BLOCK

CURRENT MOTOR:  ORIGINAL

TRANSMISSION:  A -833 MANUAL

TRANS:  ORIGINAL TO CAR

SHIFTER:  HURST MANUAL NO CONSOLE
CONDITION: UNRESTORED

APPEARANCE:  STOCK,BUT WITH AFTERMARKET WHEELS

# OF OWNERS:  MORE THAN 2 PREVIOUS OWNERS

USAGE:  NOT DRIVEN

MILEAGE: 45,000

DOCUMENTATION:  None. Haven't looked yet.  I was in the USAF and stationed in San Antonio Texas for my first tour. I found the car in 1983 in a carport under boxes and blankets. The story I was given was that the original owner bought it to race. The car apparently received a larger cam and a 2x4 tunnel ram. The original hood was modified with the addition of a snorkel scoop to clear the new fuel delivery system. An electric fuel pump and Moroso Cool Can were added along with a Ram Rod shifter, aftermarket ignition, lightweight bucket seats, aftermarket steering wheel, slapper-style traction bars, and slot mag wheels (deep rear, 3.5 drag front).
The second owner bought it to drive daily until it died about 5 years before I came along. It had been used for storage ever since.  As the 3rd owner, I started going through the car to see what I had. I fixed the burned-up volt gauge and it ran fine, so I started to work on cleaning up the car and putting things back to stock.  In 1987 I had orders to Germany, so I stashed the car at my parent's house and it's been there ever since.

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LOCATION:  MARYLAND