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1971 Charger SE 440 - vintage road test - This is a classic road test of a very well optioned 1971 Charger 440.

Muscle Car of the Week Video Episode # 111: 1971 Dodge Charger R/T 426 Hemi Pilot Car - There are many outstanding "Firsts" and "Lasts" in the Brothers Collection, but this car is a "First" twice, and a "Last" Once! This is the very first 1971 Dodge Charger Hemi, which is also the first year for the new body style, and the last year for the 426 Hemi engine! Being the pilot car, this one was not supposed to be sold to the public, as there are certain elements of the car that are not production ready. However, it made it our of the factory alive, and was even sold new a Mr. Norm's Grand Spaulding Dodge in Chicago. It's a very cool story, and an even cooler car.

1971 Dodge Super Bee 440 Six Pack - V8 and exhaust sound!
Jamboolio records a stunning Mopar muscle car classic, 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee with the huge 7.2L 440 Six Pack Big-Block V8 engine. Here you get to see this true collectors item along with just as legendary 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T, and hear the loud engine startup and incredible Exhaust sound before it drives off, enjoy! Location: Kotka, Finland 2014 RELATED VIDEOS: - INSANELY LOUD Supercharged Corvette C5 w/ NOS - startup, revs, onboard ride, sounds - 1970 Dodge Charger 500 572 Hemi - insane V8 and Exhaust sound! - 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Magnum - amazing V8 and Exhaust sound! Watch in High Definition (1080p HD). RATE, COMMENT, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE for more upcoming SUPERCAR / MUSCLE CAR videos: Jamboolio - Automotive Blog: Follow Jamboolio on TWITTER to keep up with the upcoming videos, events and happenings:

1971 DODGE CHARGER R/T 440 SIX PACK, Gunmetal Gray
For the 1971 model year, the Dodge and Plymouth B-body lineup was slated for a complete refresh. An all new, sleeker style body was penned for the updated lineup. While the new design appeared to some to be larger than the previous B-Body cars from 68-70, the updated cars were actually smaller overall. Luckily for buyers, the new platform cars were still able to accept the entire lineup of engines, from the utilitarian slant six all the way up to the elephantine 426 Hemi. They looked leaner, meaner, and more modern, utilizing aerodynamic touches to aid them moving through the air. This particular 1971 Dodge Charger R/T finished in stunning Gunmetal Gray with Black and Silver two-tone interior is one of the best driven examples known to exist. She is 100% numbers-matching and correct, retains her original sheet metal, and is completely rotisserie restored. Provenance includes extensive owner history and original paperwork including original broadcast sheet. The powerful 440 engine, with SIX PACK carburetor package, sends 385 horsepower through an automatic transmission. Also included was the Air Grabber hood, with a scoop that would pop up at the flip of a switch, allowing for increased fresh, colder air to enter the engine, resulting in increased power. But the car's order sheet requested stripe delete with no vinyl top, and an interior perfectly complements the Gunmetal Gray finish. One of Tim Wellborn's favorite color combinations, this car was also the favorite pick of all those attending the 40th Anniversary 1971 B-Body Reunion held at the Wellborn Musclecar Museum. FACTS: • 1971 Dodge Charger R/T 440-6 • Stunning Gunmetal Grey over Silver and Black interior • 440c.i. 385hp /490 lb-ft SIX PACK engine • Air Grabber hood scoop • Ordered with deleted popular options • Favorite Pick at the 40th Anniversary 1971 B-Body Reunion