This Dodge Challenger is a numbers matching R/T 440 Six Pack, automatic, A36 355 sure grip rear end. The 727 Torqueflight transmission is a replacement and not the original. This challenger is fully documented with its original BROADCAST SHEET and NOTARIZED ORIGINAL INVOICE the dealer was the Chrysler Military Sales Corp. this was the CHRYSLER EXPORT-IMPORT DIVISION invoice, and was slated for delivery to the dealer in Zurich, Switzerland.
In 1971 there were only 246 440 six pack R/T’s built and only 119 were automatic. This Challenger has all its original sheet metal with all the numbers stamped into them, all sheet metal and metal is pristine.
This is a highly documented Challenger and happens to be one of only three cars built to export
Specification. The car was never shipped overseas and the owner took delivery of it at a Detroit Michigan location.
This Dodge Challenger R/T has been entered into the CHRYSLER REGISTRY and has been decoded by Galan, and it is the #3 of 3 export Challenger R/T Hardtop’s.
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