Classics Buried Bee stuck in an old barn

19:56  25 may  2018
19:56  25 may  2018 Source:   hotrod.com

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1969 Dodge Superbee buried deep in an old barn , waiting to go buzzing again. Their son also owns a Super Bee - a 1970 440 Six Pack car, one of 499 produced with a four-speed manual.

Over in the meadow in a snug beehive, Lived an old mother bee and her Little bees five. Buried Treasure in a Burn Pile - How I Found Some Amazing Old - hymnsandverses.com. We felt stuck , and we let them continue. Old Barn Wood Material Reclamation.

Most of our finds come from talking with people at garage sales or small-town parts stores. Many times, those conversations would lead to a rare find, sometimes, however, cool stuff just falls out of the sky.

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In one of their barns was a 1969 Dodge Superbee that was 1 of 9,346 produced that year with a 383 and an automatic transmission. Their son also owns a Super Bee - a 1970 440 Six Pack car, one of 499 produced with a four-speed manual. Share this post.

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Such was the case when a friend told us about a Dodge Travco motorhome in a farmer's yard. We got lost on the way to the Travco and stumbled upon a garage full of nice Mopars instead. The family who owned the property invited me to see the rest of their collection.

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In one of their barns was a 1969 Dodge Superbee that was 1 of 9,346 produced that year with a 383 and an automatic transmission. Work on this car had been put on hold temporarily while the couple focused their efforts on their his/her pair of 1970 Plymouth Superbirds. Their son also owns a Super Bee- a 1970 440 Six Pack car, one of 499 produced with a four-speed manual.

I did eventually find that Travco, but that's for another article. If you know of cool hiding in barns, let me know. Email TheAutoArchaeologist@yahoo.com

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Grandma's Lamborghini Countach discovered after twenty years of storage .
The Countach was discovered alongside a Ferrari 308, formally owned by an exotic rental car company.I've said it before, and I'll say it again: I love barn finds. Today's particular story comes from the Reddit news cycle, where a woman found her late-grandfather's long-lost exotic car stash.

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