Legendary Mopar 1971 Dodge Challenger Convertible!
One of the lowest priced Convertibles on the market make this a great investment!
Very nice driver quality 71 Challenger Convertible with R/T appearance package.
Same owner for over 10 years always garaged and well taken care of.
New crate motor with less than 2000 miles. This 360 V-8 runs great. Has good power and a acceleration. 727 Auto transmission (rebuilt) shifts like it should. Dual exhaust w TTI Headers sounds nice. The car tracks down the road nice and handles well.
Staggered TORQUE THRUST WHEELS look amazing on the car!
The white exterior is in nice shape. Older paint that is presentable ( has paint chips etc but overall good driver quality condition)
Undercarriage is solid.
Nice clean interior including all bucket seats, carpet, dash, and door panels.
The power black convertible top is in nice shape with NO tears etc (rear window has slight haze).
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