Throwback Thursday: The 1969 Super Bee

Once again, we have made it to Thursday, which, according to social media convention, means it's time to look back on some history. Our topic today comes from the @Dodge Twitter team, and features a limited-production classic: the 1969 Dodge Super Bee.

During the late sixties and early seventies, Plymouth and Dodge were competing to be Chrysler's performance division. Based on the Dodge Coronet, and later the Charger, the Super Bee was Dodge's answer to the Plymouth Road Runner. Named after its B-body platform, the Super Bee was available with a Hemi V-8 engine that produced more than 420 horsepower.

Here at Olivia Chrysler Center, we're proud to be part of Dodge's tradition of horsepower, and we're happy to be able to offer the muscled siblings Challenger and Charger. Come see them in person. Visit us for a test drive. It would be our pleasure to serve you.

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