Hands-down one of the most attention grabbing & potent cars that Chrysler ever built! This 33,440 mile car represents one of the ultimate Dodge muscle cars! Awesome performance wrapped up in one of the sexiest bodies and now backed up with an ultra-powerful '71 440 Sixpack & 5-speed combo! As fast as a Hemi without the hassles!
Gorgeous base/clear Citron Yella (Curious Yellow) paint was applied to the frame rails, engine compartment, 440 six pack V8, pistol grip 4 speed manual transmission,New interior, underneath of the car has been proffessionally restored, everything is NEW!!!.
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133381 / 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T
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If you're the kind of buyer who wants a nice muscle car that you can
actually drive and show off, this classic Dodge is, without a doubt, one of
the best deals on the planet!
This awesome coupe's high quality, frame-off restoration began with a
rust-free original body that was garage kept for most of its life. That
said, this isn't 1971 anymore and this Challenger is no longer a
run-of-the-mill assembly line creation, so that solid original body was
thoroughly stripped, lovingly sanded and massaged to a level that's much
nicer than its original showroom condition. Once the car's panels were
correctly aligned, and its intimidating slab-sided ambiance was fully
reconstructed, a correct coat of Chrysler code GW3 Bright White paint was
expertly applied under a correct vinyl top and fresh Challenger R/T decals.
And today, this razor-sharp E-Body sits as an ultra-straight, fully
detailed pavement pounder that elicits loud comments and long stares every
time it hits the road!
Lift the car's long, freshly finished hood and you'll find an original 340
cubic inch Chrysler V8 that's been fully rebuilt and thoroughly detailed
for show. On the sides of that engine's block, a 2780930 casting number
indicates this is a correct LA powerplant. And on the passenger's side of
that engine's block, a January 14, 1971 casting date and matching 1B435253
partial VIN confirm this particular LA powerplant is indeed the original
mill for this Bright White Challenger.
Behind that stout V8 you'll find an original, and completely rebuilt, A727
TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission that shifts smoothly, powers
down the road with ease and wears a correct 1B435253 partial VIN. At the
front of the car's floors, a good looking factory suspension has been
fitted with new bushings and a rebuilt power steering system. At the back
of the car's floors, a familiar 8.75 Sure Grip rear end utilizes steep 3.55
gears to throw power to the pavement with authority. And at the corners of
the car's floors, rebuilt drum brakes provide the kind of quick and
reliable stops that perfectly counter a traditional 14 inch Rallye wheels
and fresh F70-14 Firestone Wide Oval tires.
Sit down inside this great looking Challenger and you'll find a new vinyl
interior which is accented with just the right amount of tasteful wood
applique and bright stainless trim. The first thing you'll notice is the
car's high quality bucket seats which feature comfortable pleats on top of
straight frames and what feels like new foam. The second thing you'll
notice is the optional factory console which wraps a traditional T-handle
shifter in what seems like a mile of fade-free wood surfacing. The third
thing you'll notice is a great looking dash that hangs a rebuilt Rallye
instrument cluster above a small Auto Meter oil gauge and controls for the
car's heat and air conditioning. And the fourth thing you'll notice is an
attractive wood-rimmed steering wheel that mixes a whole lot of form with a
whole lot of function.
Classics like this freshly restored Challenger are what make this hobby
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Muscle Car Of The Week Video #38: 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T 426 HEMI Mr. Norm's
They say the right dealer makes all the difference, and in this case, the
dealer is almost as significant as the car! It's cool enough to imagine
walking into your local Dodge dealer and ordering up a brand-new 1971 Dodge
Challenger R/T complete with a 425 HP 426 Hemi under the hood, but when the
car was bought at Mr. Norm's Grand Spaulding Dodge in Chicago, the whole
experience is even cooler. Mr. Norm Krauss was all about selling high
performance, and his legendary Dodge dealer not only sold these bad
machines, but they also modified, tuned, and raced 'em themselves! This
particular car from the Brothers Collection is the stuff of legends...
triple black, 426 Hemi, pistol-grip 4-speed, Super Trak Pak 4.10:1 Dana 60
rear, and a bill of sale from Grand Spaulding. Too cool.
1970 Dodge Challenger 440 V8 Sublime Green Mopar Muscle Car
I thought you'd like a look at this very clean 1970 Dodge Challenger. Named
to "challenge" anyone on the street, this Dodge debuted in 1970 and became
an instant classic. Under the hood, you will find a powerhouse of nostalgic
engineering, a 440 CID V8 wedge engine. These engines are known for their
power but are not as hyped as the popular Hemi. The transmission is a stout
727 TorqueFlite automatic which has been known to handle up to 550 horsepower. The exterior
of the car is the factory Sublime Green color that it had in 1970. The
interior is comprised of new black vinyl and looks very clean. The interior
matches the vinyl top on the exterior of the car. The car was completely
restored in 2007 and looks amazing. Before the epoxy paint the car was
taken all the way down to bare metal. We even place mirrors along the
underside of the car in our showroom to highlight the craftsmanship. The
440 engine has been bored .030 over and offers a mild camshaft and 2 1/2
inch stainless steel Exhaust. I hope
you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St. Louis, MO
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010