Only 107 of these HEMI 'Cudas were built in 1971, and of those 59 were equipped with 4-speed manual transmission. This matching-numbers example has been visually inspected by Galen Govier. The 29-page report, dated May 19, 2005, certifies that the car retains its original matching-numbers 426/425hp HEMI engine, 4-speed manual transmission with pistol-grip shifter, VIN Tag, Fender Tag and stamped body panels. In the spring of 2005, a rotisserie restoration was completed on this muscle car. It's also equipped with 70-amp alternator, dual exhaust, chrome exhaust tips and hood pins. It's optioned with the Super Track Pack that includes front disc brakes, power brakes, 4.10 Dana 60 rear with Sure Grip differential, max cooling package with 7-blade fan, HEMI suspension and firm-ride shocks. The Rally instrument cluster features an oil-pressure gauge, clock, variable-speed wipers, wood-grain cluster, heater controls lamp, as well as gauges for tachometer, temperature, amp and 150-mph speedometer. Finished in True Blue Metallic, the interior features high-grade black bucket seats, Music Master AM radio, wood-grain console and tinted glass.