1971 Dodge Charger
This is an R/T Tribute car. This is not a real R/T Charger.
It is originally from Winter Park, Florida where I purchased it in 1988 with 70,000 original miles,
It currently has 74,000 miles on it.
This car is all original sheet metal.
It features a 1971 440 Engine professionally rebuilt using forged crankshaft, .030 over Keith Black 10.5-1 Hypereutectic pistons, Edelbrock Performer RPM cam, crane valve springs, adjustable rocker arms and ported "906" cylinder heads. The engine was precision balanced and delivers ~450-500 hp.
A Torqueflight 727 transmission rebuilt with B&M transpak and B&M Super Holeshot Torque coverter.
8 3/4 rear end with 3:55-1 sure grip differential
Air grabber hood
Rimblow steering wheel
Heavy duty torsion bars and leaf springs
Front and rear sway bars
Power front disc brakes
11" Heavy Duty rear drum brakes
255-60-15 BF Goodrich Radial T/A on factory rallye rims
Video of the car driving can be seen here:
Featuring a subtle yet aggressive carbon-fiber wide-body kit and Dodge Demon V8
The Arizona performance-driving academy selects Gary Sinise Foundation as official non-profit partner
Movie technical director Craig Lieberman runs the numbers to determine which car would have won in the real world
Roberto Clemente died trying to fly relief suppliers to earthquake survivors
Classic Industries adds the Mopar parts to its catalog
On the street, the custom Charger looks and sounds as mean as can be
Nick and Kristen take a crack at a nearly forgotten race car