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  • Revell 4505 - 1/24 1969 Dodge Super Bee 2n1
  • Revell 4505 - 1/24 1969 Dodge Super Bee 2n1
  • Revell 4505 - 1/24 1969 Dodge Super Bee 2n1
  • Revell 4505 - 1/24 1969 Dodge Super Bee 2n1
  • Revell 4505 - 1/24 1969 Dodge Super Bee 2n1

Revell 4505 - 1/24 1969 Dodge Super Bee 2n1

Barcode number: 031445045059
$24.99
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The Super Bee was the special muscle car version of the mid-size Dodge® Coronet®.

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Revell 4505 - 1/24 1969 Dodge Super Bee 2n1 Plastic Model Kit

The Super Bee was the special muscle car version of the mid-size Dodge® Coronet®. Since the Coronet was based on the “B” chassis platform, easy to see where the name comes from. There were 3 engine options available for the Super Bee with the 440 Six Pack the most impressive. With 3 two-barrel carbonators it produced 390 horsepower.     The Super Bees were produced in 1968 through 1970. The Six Pack was a special-order option coded A12M and only available in 1969. There were only 1.907 of these special order Six Packs produced. The A12M coded option included a number of heavy-duty extras such as HD suspension, brakes, transmission and a 4:10 rear axle ratio. It was produced at the height of the Muscle Car Wars.

Features:

  • Build as factory stock or custom street machine
  • Detailed 440 c.i. engine with optional extras
  • Selection of wheels, stock and custom.
  • Molded in white and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.

Specs:

  • Skill Level: 4
  • Scale: 1/24
  • Length: 8.500"
  • Width: 3.250"
  • Height: 2.4375"
  • Parts: 86

Model Requires Assembly. Paint and glue required. Ages 13 & up.

WARNING:

CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

1/24 / 1969 / 2'N1 / Car Kit / Dodge / Plastic Model / Super Bee
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