1971 Dodge Charger 500.
Upgraded with Super Bee options and power train.
440 engine with Six Pack.
Ceramic coated headers with new dual exhaust.
727 automatic transmissio
Posi track rear end with 3:23 gears.
Air grabber hood.
Hide away headlights.
Go wing and chin spoiler.
Super Bee hood treatment and black stripes.
Very straight rust free body.
White paint has been color sanded to show quality shine.
White vinyl top.
Rally wheels with new BFG tires.
Power disc brakes.
Very nice chrome and glass.
Great looking black interior features bucket seats and console.
AM/FM/CD stereo under dash, factory AM radio still in dash.
Engine bay detail is very nice.
Trunk detail is nice and has spare tire, jack and mat.
Floor boards are just as nice finished in factory undercoat, never rusted.
Correct exhaust tips come out under rear valance.
This is an extremely well done car, everything is working including the hide away headlights
and the air grabber hood actuator.
Thanks for looking.
Call with questions 573-619-3708
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