Heavens Mopars takes a look at this 1969 Dodge Super Bee which is one of the cleanest examples of an all-original classic muscle car.

According to presenters Scott and Austin, the new YouTube channel Heavens Mopars was formed "for our love of Mopar." 

He admirably informs us that he does his best to conserve historic automobiles and trucks, especially those going for the crusher, in the video description.

Their most recent film features an automobile that has no business being near a crusher.

A 1969 Dodge Super Bee A12 that has never been touched, according to our host, is better than a barn find.

Classic Car Specs Our presenter starts calling out some of the components of this vintage 1969 Super Bee beauty straight away. 

He says it has a double-barreled Magnum 7.2-liter V8 engine paired with a four-speed manual gearbox. 

The engine compartment is entirely visible by the 37-second mark since there is no hood, leaving it open. The owner, Darren, claims to have it at home, though.

Everything is exceptionally well kept and is preserved precisely as it was in 1969. 

The air filter and valve covers are painted the same bright red as the exterior. 

We are also informed that the absence of power steering and disc brakes indicates that the vehicle "has a little base model in it."

The Red Brick Classic The owner claims that the absence of contemporary features like power steering or discs is not a concern. Bricks "just move quickly," the host says, drawing laughter from the owner. 

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