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1970 Dodge Superbee, #'s Match, Original Ramcharger, Rotisserie, Low Miles
I sell to USA and Other Countries, my last B-body went to Germany.
QUESTION: What value does a painted underbody add to a rotisserie restoration?
ANSWER: It could be as high as the cost to replace all the floor pans, after putting your foot through a THIN floor
that is held together by undercoating or hidden by flat black paint.
When I was stationed in Germany, my BMW had to be "Autobahn worthy". The inspector stomped on the floorboards, not
a common practice in the USA. I guarantee that the floor metal itself is as thick as the day it was factory
stamped, NOT delaminated to half its thickness then treated and undercoated or painted flat black. My close-up
pictures of the smooth painted underbody metal tell the story. If you cannot fly from oversees to the USA to
inspect this vehicle, you don't have to gamble. With this Superbee you got the guarantee of full metal thickness
and close-up pictures of smooth painted metal that won't hide flaking metal.
LIFETIME North Texas Car, NEVER exposed to Northern road salt, NEVER exposed to coastal (ocean-side) salt
atmospheres. With 47, 171 Original Miles and with less than 2500 miles since Rotisserie Restoration. This is a
Numbers Matching Superbee with factory N-96 Ramcharger Upgrade Option (functional Ram-air Hood). Drive it Home.
STYLE: This "Post Coupe" body style has surpassed the "Hardtop" body style in overall appeal with features such as
the “Swing-out” rear windows which excite even the casual observer. MOPAR enthusiasts recognize this "Post
Coupe" to be the rarer of the two styles.