Members who have known me since the Bee-ginning of my Journey with my 69 Super Bee will undoubtedly wonder why I let her go. Especially after all of the tears and anguish that I have suffered during her build. It started with a 6 month stay in my brother's shop in Brunswick GA to put a just released roof skin on and fix a few dents etc. I won't bore y'all with the details but everything is documented on this site if interested? The end result 7 years later was the final product of me doing my absolute best to my abilities. And it turned out flawless. After doing paint and body, collision work for 20+ years. The Bee was the ultimate example of my capabilities! It became an obsession to complete as perfect as humanly possible. And she was. Absolutely Beautiful. Trouble is you can't leave the car like that alone even for a minute. Not out of your site for a moment. I cared too much to actually enjoy the car. It was like it was my "precious" haha. But seriously it wasn't a car anymore it was a work of art. So I'm happy to say she's on her way to Philly where someone with more resources that I can keep her in an air-conditioning gilded cage.