Gateway Classic cars Milwaukee is proud to present this 1971 Dodge
Challenger R/T clone convertible. The Challenger nameplate began in
1969 as a 1970 model. Over the years, three generations of the
Challenger have been produced on and off till the present. The
first- generation Challenger was produced from 1970 -1974. Having a
longer wheelbase, larger dimensions and a more luxurious interior
resulted in the Challenger having its own niche market compared to
its Plymouth Barracuda counterpart. Dodge sold the car with every
engine size, trim levels, and options it had in its arsenal. Even
though the Challenger struggled for sales at the time, today it is
highly collectable in the muscle car market. Our featured '71
Challenger is finished in the now famous Mopar High Impact color
Plum Crazy purple with black R/T strips, black vinyl seats and a
black power assisted convertible top. The Mopar legend is powered
by a 340 cubic inch V8 with a four-barrel carburetor all linked to
a 3-speed automatic transmission. The transmission selector is
wrapped around a woodgrain center console and has a "Slap Stick"
T-handle. Other options on our featured Dodge ragtop are a
woodgrain dash, power steering, power brakes, power windows and a
modern JVC stereo with AM/FM/Bluetooth capabilities. The car sits
on BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires wrapped around Mopar 3-piece rally
rims. This car is a pleasure to drive in any weather with its
upgraded "Vintage Air" air conditioning system. Go (Plum) Crazy in
this stunning 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T clone convertible,
available through Gateway Classic Cars!
1971 Dodge Challenger
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