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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation

Coronet was available only in sedan and station wagon versions since the 1971, the 1971 Super Bee model was transferred to the Charger platform. The Super Bee was slotted in as the entry of low-cost line of U.S. $ 3,271 since the Charger had a R / T version of the muscle car. 5054 were produced, which includes 22 with the Hemi engine.

1971 Super Bee was the first year and only a small block engine (340 4 bbl) became available in the Super Bee. The nickname was interrupted until the 2007 Super Bee, which was a Charger SRT-8.

While the Magnum 440 (4 bbl) was not an available option in the 1971 Super Bee, 26 are known to have been built.

engines:
      1971: 340 in (5.6 L) Small-Block V8, 275 hp (205 kW)
      1971: 383 in (6.3 L) Big-Block V8, 300 hp (224 kW)
      1971: 440 in (7.2 L) Big-Block V8, 370 hp (275 kW)
      1971: 440 in (7.2 L) Big-Block V8, 385 hp (287 kW)
      1971: 426 in (7.0 L) Hemi V8, 425 hp (317 kW)

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Blue Side

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Blue

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Door Daskboard

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Driver Seat

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Engine Compartment

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Engine front

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Front Grill

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Front Left

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Front Right

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Inside Trunk

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Reclining Seat

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Spoiler

1971 Super Bee-Second Generation-Under

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