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Super Bee in Gunmetal Grey

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I don't think Dodge made this color, but I wanted to try something different. Built box stock.

Hope you like it.

Al

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That is very clean. Nice work

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Sweet !

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COOL AS COOL CAN BE.

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looks amazing, great work!!

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Looks good as I had a Super-Bee back-in-the-day and no Dodge didn't offer that color.

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Very crisp rendition. Paint looks really nice too.

I like the hood pin detail. Superbee's are awesome motors and this does them justice.

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hi al this color works good on that bee i like it...

regards maik

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Another beauty.

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That car was SOOOOOO pretty you coulda painted it MUD and it'd STILL be a BEAUTIFUL car! That color looks GREAT on it!

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This inspired me to break out a bee. Just got it primed lol. I won't steal your color though

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Very clean, I like the color ! ! !

:rolleyes::rolleyes:

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Dodge did offer Gun Metal ... but not until the 1971 model year . Its code was GA4 (Light Gun Metal) and GA8 (Dark Gun Metal) , with the latter being a C-Body only offering . Plymouth called the GA4 "Winchester Grey" .

GA4 was available through at least 1973 or 1974 .

The 1969 A4 (EA4 , perhaps ?) was a different silver all together .

Super nice Super Bee , by the way !

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Looks great Al. nice Job.

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Sweet looking build..

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good looking super bee

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You could get gray on an Imperial, so it's conceivable a factory special-order could have been done.

Looks great, either way.

Charlie Larkin

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SWEET

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very cool build.

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nice

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