History of the Dodge Super Bee – Part 1: Keeping Up with the Neighbors

By 1968, the muscle car phenomenon was in high gear as Detroit’s automakers tried to one-up their cross-town rivals with new models and more cubic inches. The horsepower wars for street and strip domination was on par with the cold war arms race. GM had solid footing with the GTO introduced four years earlier, but it was Plymouth that got the formula right for an entry level performance vehicle that the average young enthusiast could afford.

 

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History of the Dodge Super Bee – Part 1: Keeping Up with the Neighbors

Watch The Woodward Dream Cruise Live On Redline Dodge!

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Watch the Woodward Dream Cruise live from Woodward Ave & 13 Mile Road here on Redline Dodge. We’ll have a live stream of the action right here on Saturday between 12 PM and 6 PM.

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Watch The Woodward Dream Cruise Live On Redline Dodge!

Reliving the Glory Days with Herb “Mr. Four Speed” McCandless

Legendary drag racer Herb “Mr. Four Speed” McCandless says it best, “when I drove for the Sox & Martin Racing Team, Ronnie (Sox) had the best job in the world and I had the second best!” We have to agree as Herb was right in the thick of the Super Stock and Pro Stock wars of the 1960s and early 70s. This was in an era when Detroit pulled out all the stops to win all the major NHRA national events. They knew a championship on Sunday would send…

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Reliving the Glory Days with Herb “Mr. Four Speed” McCandless