800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T represents the best of vintage muscle and new updates. It's a real-deal R/T and the Plum Crazy is factory-correct. But they also made some terrific investments in all the places you love, like upgrading the power, adding a five-speed, four-wheel disc stopping power, and more. So dig into all the details about one of the coolest Mopars around.
FC7: just a small code, but it makes Mopar people quite happy. Having it on the fender tag and the included broadcast sheet of this Challenger, means that it's wearing its correct Plum Crazy color. They paid for a quality respray, and you'll know it the moment you see the sunshine hit this coupe. What helps make this High Impact truly make an impact is the way the panels fit and the brightwork shines to give this a total quality presentation. You already know there's a big block upgrade in the engine bay, this one does a terrific job of announcing its aggressive side to everyone else with features like the Rallye-style hood with dual vents, louvered rear window, full-with rear spoiler, and the iconic white T/A-style stripes.
Not only do those exterior stripes highlight the sporty rear fenders, but they also go nicely with the white seats inside. These are newer covers, so the color is bright, and the high-back buckets have a well-bolstered factory pattern. But thankfully the carpeting is black, so you never have to worry about dusty shoes before hopping in on a whim and going for a drive. That's exactly what this Challenger was made to do. The three-spoke sports steering wheel feels grippy in your hands, and you can see the full Ralllye gauge cluster with large speedo and tach. That goes particularly well with the pistol-grip shifter. Have you counted the gears on it yet?
When you look in the engine bay, you'll be happy to know that the callouts on the hood scoop weren't lying. This is powered by the mighty Magnum 440 cubic-inch V8. It has the kind of tidy display that will have you popping the hood wherever you park. More than just having the famous performance big block, this one is enhanced with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock intake. It has an awesome growl out of the dual exhaust, and because the transmission was upgraded to a Tremec five-speed, you get to take better advantage of the powerband while it delivers its thunderous soundtrack. There are more great addition like subframe connectors for strength and four-wheel power disc brakes for superior stopping power. Add in power steering, a thick front sway bar, BF Goodrich T/A on classic Rallye wheels, and this is the ideal muscle machine cruiser.
This Mopar was born with terrific features, and the included broadcast sheet confirms it. Plus, it's been given all the best upgrades you want. That creates an irresistible package you need to get your hands on. Call now!
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