Chrysler is reviving its classic Super Bee and Yellow Jacket monickers at next week's LA Auto Show. Based on the Charger SRT8 and Challenger SRT8 respectively, both cars get a fresh coat of "P***y Magnet" yellow paint, and a slew of badges and similarly-colored interior bits n' pieces.
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Now, fans of Dodge's Super Bee package — based on the original Super Bee editions of the late 1960s and early 1970s — won't have to settle for a Hemi-powered Rumble Bee pickup. Dodge announced today it's rolling out the package for the Charger. Based on the SRT-8 model, the Charger Super Bee will get the larger,…