I got my Super Bee in July of 2000 after searching for several months. I had traveled to various parts of the country looking for the right car. Ironically, I found it right here in South East Michigan.
The Bee is an original Hemi Orange car with the Orange and Black bucket seat interior. The seat covers were made with NOS material and they really make the car stand out - they're awesome. Everything is 100% numbers matching and I have 2 build sheets. The 383 is completely stock. I swapped the 3.23:1 open rear to a 3.55:1 Sure Grip unit.
Like a lot of cars, mine has been upgraded with cool options it didn't come with including: Elastomeric Bumpers (real ones), Front & Rear Spoilers, Bright Exhaust Tips w/ Cut-out Valance, 15" Rallye Wheels, and Dual Painted Mirrors.
The most unusual option it came with was the Engine Block Heater (code N25). It's one of only 35 Super Bees to come equipped with this option. The only thing I wish it had is the Ramcharger Hood, but my other car has one, so I can't complain!
This car has been the greatest Mopar I've ever owned. It's reliable, fun, and a blast to load the kids into for a trip to Dairy Queen. My wife, Adrienne, loves to drive it to shows when I take my other car (a 1972 Charger Rallye). Probably the most memorable moment with the Bee occurred on my birthday in 2003 when I got to bring my first child home from the hospital in it. You should have seen the look on the nurse's face when she saw what my daughter was going to ride home in!
Just for fun, I've included a picture of the pool table lamp my wife made for me. It's 100% designed and hand made by herů
I've been offered silly money for this Super Bee, but I can't bring myself to part with it. It'll probably be with my family a long time. My daughter is already calling it HER carů and she might be right!