1971 Dodge Charger SE
This is a great looking SE that just had had thousands invested in the mechanicals to get the car running and driving like a Charger should.
It is powered by a rebuilt 440 Magnum engine with a 750cfm Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake manifold and a stock manifold flowing out through a recently replaced dual exhaust with Flowmasters. Absolutely everything on this car mechanically has been gone through and repaired or replaced where needed. We have a full list of receipts upon request.
The exterior is done in red with the proper black stripes, black spoiler painted in flat black and all of the emblems removed except the original 440 6-pack emblems on the hood. All of the chrome is in excellent condition, it is fitted with the fog lamp option and the pop-up headlights are fully functional. The glass is all original and is in great shape. The car sits on new 17-inch Retro wheels with BF Goodrich high performance tires.
The interior of the car is in incredible shape from the dash to the rear, from the carpet to the headliner...just like you would expect a restored Charger to look. It is an actual factory air optioned car that has just had everything replaced and recharged to current regulatory standards to be serviced at any shop. It has power steering, power brakes, a full set of gauges which all work properly and the original push button AM radio. The console and dash really are in exceptional condition for a 1971...restored or not. The bucket front and rear bench are in perfect condition.
This is a very nice running and driving '71 Charger listed at an affordable entry price of only $32,900.00!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $29,900.00!
This car is located and being represented for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.
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