Your Mopar wish list reads like the specs list for this 1971 Dodge
Challenger R/T 440 tribute. That's because it gives you even more
of an awesome High Impact color, a menacing hood scoop,
four-on-the-floor, and an overall high-quality fit and finish of a
build with less than 150 miles on it. And oh yes, the growl of the
440 V8 with a Six Pack on top is pure muscle car heaven.
The upgrade to Sublime is the exact paint you want on this muscle
Mopar. But more than just a bold representation of a sought-after
High-Impact color, you can tell there were all the right
investments when this coupe was restored. That's why the doors line
up well and the rest of the sheet metal looks good to allow the
paint's shine to roll so evenly across the whole car. In fact, we
bet you noticed how even the front bumper is painted for a distinct
appearance. It's part of an overall cleaner style that doesn't use
R/T stripes or a rear spoiler to draw added attention. And the dog
dish hubcaps make this even a bit of a sleeper coupe. But that Six
Pack shaker hood scoop and quad exhaust tips also mean this one
never wants to be incognito.
The black interior is what you want on a serious muscle car. But
the upholstery, door panels, headliner, and carpeting all have a
fresh and quality feel. So it's a very inviting atmosphere. And
there are nice details everywhere from the wood-like trim to the
working dome light. But the upgrades were about making a more
driver-focused car. So elements like the factory radio and A/C were
removed. It engages you with high-back front bucket seats, a sports
steering wheel, a center console contoured around you, and a Rallye
gauge package with a large tach at the center. And of course, the
Hurst pistol-grip shifter is one of the best Mopar performance
When you look in the engine bay, that big shaker still can't cover
up the mighty 440 cubic-inch big block V8. And more than just an
upgrade to the iconic displacement, this has the legendary
triple-deuce carb Six Pack on top. There has been the same
attention to detail here as in the rest of the car, so the mighty
motor is ready to be displayed. But it's also a true driver. That's
why the receipt file includes thousands $$$$ invested within the
last few years showing everything from steering box fabrication to
a professional carb rebuild and tune. The big block fires up
eagerly as it gives a true muscle car growl out of the dual
exhaust. And you are in full control of the awesome power and
rumbling soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission.
Add in power steering, front discs, and wide BF Goodrich raised
white-letter T/As, and this is the ideal muscle machine
Complete with build receipts, this is the restored Mopar with the
right investments to be the best in bold and powerful. You know
this coupe deserves to be in your garage. Call today!!!
1971 Dodge Challenger
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