#'S MATCHING 318 V8 & 904TF 3SPD AUTO, PWR STEER, CLEAN/SOLID SURVIVOR, RUNS GR8
There are plenty of Mopars that like to wow you with their outrageous presentation, but this 1971 Dodge Charger goes in a different direction. It's exceptionally original – right down to the numbers-matching V8 engine. So you're looking at a legendary Mopar with a serious survivor pedigree.
Light Blue Poly with a half vinyl roof represents the '70s perfectly, and this coupe was born this way. In fact, this is suspected to be the original application done at the Detroit factory nearly half a century ago. We won't pretend it's perfect, but it has that ideal look you want that make people really know this is a survivor. And the shine it still carries will let you cruise it with pride. The consignor states this is a one-owner car, and the mileage is stated as actual, so that means averaging only around 1,300 miles annually. It's easy to believe that with the well-respected presentation the Charger today. The body lines up nicely and those large doors can be closed effortlessly. This was built right before the bumper laws dictated style, and so you have some of the most impressive ones ever put on a car. Up front the chrome king surrounds the grille and frames the headlights. In the rear, it's expertly integrated into the design on the sheetmetal and taillights. Add in the fastback design, factory Mag wheels, and integrated rear spoiler, and this survivor Charger has that perfect mix of vintage sporty and upscale.
The light blue interior is a great coordinating color against the exterior. The highly-stylized split bench seat has a great period-correct look, right down to the button-top presentation. So it's hard to think this is anything but original. And its condition nearly five decades later is another reminder of the care that has gone into this coupe. You'll love all the correct features from the factory three-spoke steering wheel, to the ultra-wide speedometer, to the premium wood trim. You even have provisions for cool factory features like the AM radio and air conditioning.
In a coupe this 70s-correct it's great to see the numbers-matching motor under the hood. More than just the original 318 cubic-inch V8, it has all the right details like the light blue block, stock air topper, and factory decals. This motor is all about smoothness and torque, making it the perfect vintage cruiser. In fact, it also has the original three-speed automatic transmission, which remains a smooth operator, too. Plus, power steering and modern tires mean you truly have an easy time behind the wheel.
Rarely do you get a chance at a true surviving Charger. So when something this appealing is also so nicely priced, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call now!
- Numbers Matching
- Power Steering
- Air Conditioning
- Vinyl Interior
- AM Radio
- Exterior Color
- Light Blue
- Interior Color
- Transmission Spec
- Front Suspension
- Rear Suspension
- Leaf Spring
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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