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Nice find, and rust free. It must not have spent it's whole life in TO.
You are correct, looks like it came from South Carolina in 1995.
That is such an awesome story. Some of us are so lucky to have a wife that loves these cars too! Mine is the reason we have a 70 Superbee. Congrats
These types of finds/buys are what dreams are made of. And yes, there are more out there. Actually more than realized. Still way too many. "Not forsale, I'm going to fix her someday." But for many? That day never comes.
Way to go! Nice find! Congratulations!
congratulations on the purchase. What kind of green was it originally? FJ5, FJ6 or FF4, EF8 ? Carsten
Looks like a great car that is pretty original. Congratulations on a great score!
Awesome score!!!!! maybe next year take it to Moparfest for all to see!!!! Love my 70 bee!
I am not sure, still figuring the car out, I was thinking F8, do you know what colours were available w/ the Bee in 1970?
all the above mentioned colours I wrote: FJ5=sublime green (without metallic) a light green FJ6=sassy gras green (without metallic) darker than FJ5 FF4=light green metallic EF8=drak green metallic take a look here don't wonder they left of the first letter from the codes Don't worry about F6 it was not available regulary on 1970 models The 1970 Hamtramck Registry - 1970 Paint Chip Charts Slideshow (hamtramck-historical.com) Carsten
From the interwebs....
Started in '69 (I believe): "E"** color code = new color in 1969 "F"** color code = new color in 1970 etc
the three digit sytem was used for the first time in the 1970 model year. As you wrote the "F" is for a colour used in the 1970 model year the first time All older colours which were still in use got a letter depending on the year they were first used. 1969 colours got en "E", 1968 colours got an "D" (like DY2 sunfire yellow) Carsten
@BeepBeepRR , not far from Atlanta, you could have driven past it in 1995. Lol
Unfortunately no fender tag as mentioned but the little bits of green I can find look like F8. Interior dash and kick panels look like it was once green but has been painted black. Will fly up more photos soon, lots of rain in Toronto lately and the car is covered.
Add some salt to the wound thanks lol
What do you think this Bee was worth in '95?
$900 - $1200?
It’s nice to read about so many other “Nostril Lovers” or should i say “Nostril Pickers”, cause Im one too. I must say I’m truly surprised because when i first joined and made inquiries, my car didnt get love due to the Nostrils and i was told i was a fool for putting more money to restore it. The money is spent and i get it back on Nov. 29th. I changed to 15” color match steel wheels and redline centercaps. Added a date correct six-pack to tge stock 440 and had it bored and stroked .55 over. Then I freshened up the 4-speed and the Dana rearend, placed front drums with date coded factory disc and restored front/rear suspension. Only need spring to drop the top and cruise