I have gone thru this car from front to back and top to bottom.Starting in the front is a new chin spoiler,new front bumper,new fender mounted turn signals,new halo headlight like on the newer challenger. In the engine compartment there is a 440 engine with less than 500 miles on it since it was redone, new eddlebrock performer intake and eddlebrock carb. new wires and plugs,electronic ignition, new chrome master and booster. The entire car has been rewired from front to back with compete new fuse box.all light bulbs in the car are led .Car comes with 2 hoods, the one on it with scoop and the original painted hood. Has new electric horns as well as Dukes of Hazard Horn. Inside the car is new carpet with dynamat under it, newly covered seats by legendary, new head liner, new radio. All windows except windshield are tinted. New rear deck board with new rear speakers. ON the rear is a new spoiler and new chrome bumper. Under the car is new shocks all the way around, new exhaust hooked to new ceramic headers with new correct exhaust tips.Inside the trunk is a trunk mat, an original bias ply white lettered spare and jack.Car has brand new staggered riddler rims with 17 on the front and 18 on the rear. Paint on the car is not perfect but is nice.This is a southern car with no rust Has 3:73 posi rearend that was gone thru when I had engine done. Car runs at 80psi oil pressure, never gets hot, has electric fan.The car is a very nice driver and an excellent looking example of a 71 charger. It is not a numbers matching car. The speedometer does not work but I do have a rally dash with white face gauges that goes with car.Vinyl top on the car is like new.New weatherstrip all the way around.
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