Evaluation: Represented as matching numbers and restored from 2014-17. Invited to The Quail in 2019. Recently detailed and looks fresh with lovely paint, chrome, interior, and engine.
Bottom Line: Only a small fraction of Super Bees came with a Hemi during the 1968-70 model run, and some sources say just 38 of them got both a Hemi and a 4-speed in 1969. They’re not as expensive as you might think, however, and prices have only recently got up to where they were before the 2008-09 muscle car crash. This one sold for $121,000 at Mecum Monterey and presents a little better now than it did then. This result for it in 2022 is a rational one and gives a fair premium to the stick shift and bright paint color.