Colin and Deb McMann

1971 Challenger R/T Convertible

1970 Challenger owned by Deb and Colin McMann
1970 Challenger owned by Deb and Colin McMann

Deb and I purchased this 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T convertible in 2014.  R/T convertibles were only built in 1970 and this is one of 149 that were equipped with a 383 Magnum engine and a 4-speed manual transmission.   Of these, only a few were optioned with the H51 air conditioning package.

Interior of 1970 Challenger
Interior of 1970 Challenger

Our car was restored by Julius Restorations in 1988 and was imported into Canada in 2004.  This rare convertible still retains it’s factory original body panels, dash pad, door panels, and convertible top.

This car is a great cruiser on a hot summer night.

1969 1/2 Super Bee

1969 Super Bee owned by Colin and Deb McMann
1969 Super Bee owned by Colin and Deb McMann

Deb and I purchased this 1969 1/2 Dodge Super Bee over 20 years ago  from an individual  who farmed in the vicinity of Rosetown, Saskatchewan.   This model was a mid year production run with the A12 option package designed to attract buyers with an interest in street/strip racing.  All A12 package cars were equipped with a 440-6 pack engine (3-2 bbl. Holley carburetors), black fiberglass lift-off hood, plain black steel wheels, and a Dana 9 3/4 inch 4.10:1 limited-slip differential.  Additional option choices were very limited so this car is considered to be well optioned with a vinyl top and simulated body side scoops, bucket seats with  console interior, bumper guards,  and power steering and brakes.

Interior of 1969 Super Bee
Interior of 1969 Super Bee
In 2004, the original paint was stripped and the car was repainted.  This vehicle still retains all the original body panels and original interior and black vinyl top.  It has been driven a total of 48K documented miles and is an excellent example of an original unrestored classic.