True to scale in representation, with stunning artwork of the shown scene as above on the back of the Tee.
Highly detailed small artwork of the ‘’68 Super Bee” script decal emblem as presented in bold white appearance with yellow and black high lights on the front left side of chest. Note, there is no artwork of the shown vehicle on the front of the Tee.
This fantastic and brilliant artwork is of a 1968 Dodge Suer Bee two door hardtop.
The main artwork showcases the attention to detail of this artists “air-brushed” impression of the 1968 Dodge Super Bee two door hardtop.
This brilliant artwork showcases the muscularity in design given to these muscle cars of the late ‘60’s. The grille detail with the viscous head light colouring, the ‘DODGE’ lettering alone the front grille, the intricate detail in the lower front parking/turn signal lights, and those great curvy big hips that makes this big girl very beautiful...it’s all brilliant. Check out the body decals at the rear, for this era.
The larger diameter wheels and low profile tyres gives this baby a subtle modern touch.
The Super Bee was slightly heavier than the roadrunner (approx 65 lb (29 kg)) and rode on a 117-inch (3,000 mm) wheelbase compared to the Road Runner's 116 in (290 cm) wheelbase. In addition to the slight aesthetic external differences, such as larger rear wheel openings, the bumble bee tailstripe and fancier grille and taillight ornamentation, the Super Bee also used actual diecast chrome plated "Bee" medallions. These three-dimensional medallions were prominently mounted in a raised position in the grille/hood area and the trunklid/taillight area of the car throughout the first three years of production, and added a touch of class and panache.
The interior of the Super Bee borrowed the race car–inspired and more sophisticated gauge and speedometer dash cluster from the Dodge Charger while the four-speed manual cars received an actual Hurst Competition-Plus shifter with Hurst linkage, compared to the budget-minded Road Runner's less expensive Inland shifter and linkage.
The 1968 model only came as a two-door coupe, with two engine options, the base 335 hp (250 kW) 383 Magnum, and the 426 Hemi rated at 425 hp (317 kW).
The Super Bee included a heavy-duty suspension, an optional Mopar A-833 four-speed manual transmission, and high-performance tires. Outside, a stripe (with the bee logo) was wrapped around the tail.
The background artwork of the Tee illustrates the large ‘Super Bee’ body decal in true factory colours and detail... The background artwork is of ‘life like’ bright orange and red flames surrounding the ‘Super Bee’ decal script.
Tee shirt Colour: Available in Black only with Genuine Dodge Official merchandise Tag.