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1971 Dodge Charger
SELLER INFORMATION

VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
Volo, IL
815-385-3644

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MILEAGE
--

YEAR
1971

ENGINE
100

LOCATION
Volo, IL

STOCK
V20396

FULL SPECS

Year 1971
Mileage --
Engine 100
Doors --
Transmission --
Make Dodge
Model Charger

Charger 1971

Title Status --
Exterior Color Deep Water Blue
Interior Color Blue

DESCRIPTION

$101,966 in itemized invoices! We have neatly organized receipts and a photo album documenting the restoration. They started with a genuine R/T with a clean body. Now it's a brute pro-street show car.



EXTERIOR: The fit and finish is outstanding. Professionally restored by Nardi's Rod and Custom. Stripped to bare metal, no bondo! It is laser beam straight, no rust or damage. The gaps fit properly. It is an original metal hood with a functional fiberglass scoop. Painted Mopar Deep Water Blue, the custom stripes are under the clear. The metal flake is laid out evenly, the clear coat is polished like glass. The bumpers are color keyed to match the car. It has a front chin spoiler and a spoiler on the trunk. It also has hood pins and chrome racing mirrors. The grills are in excellent shape, emblems are all new mirrors and door handles are original, tail panel is blacked out. Sharp looking Centerline polished wheels with Mickey Thompson tires, 15x12 rear wheels. Door jambs are painted slick, weather strips and sill plates were replaced.



INTERIOR: It was gutted, sound deadener was put on the floor under the new carpet. The dash pad and instrument panel are in excellent shape. The factory gauges and am radio are clean. It also has an aftermarket matching set of white-faced gauges and tachometer. Cushion grip Grant GT wheel. The original center console has a Cheetah shifter. The seats and door panels have been custom upholstered by Shadels Upholstery. It has R/T embroidery. New cloth headliner and visors.



ENGINE COMPARTMENT: 472 Hemi making 610 hp! New Mopar World block with Diamond pistons, Eagle crank, H- beam rods, Comp roller cam and high volume oil pump. It's been balanced and blueprinted. On top is a set of aluminum heads with stainless valves, Mopar aluminum intake, dual Edelbrock carbs and MSD ignition. TTI ceramic coated headers. BeCool aluminum radiator, aluminum water pump, engine fan and electric fan. It has chrome alternator, new wiper motor, horns and power steering. The engine bay was sand blasted bare and painted as slick as the outside. It has chrome hardware throughout. Original fender tag is attached.



TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Completely carpeted. The bottom of the lid has a tweed insert with R/T embroidery. It has a composite fuel cell. The battery is relocated to the trunk in a battery box with a disconnect switch.



UNDERSIDE: The front end was completely apart, rebuilt, sandblasted and painted. New steering box. In back it was tubbed and reconfigured. The springs were rearced and have new shackles and aluminum lowering blocks. Brakes are completely rebuilt, stainless lines, disc in front. Fat 3 inch exhaust with stainless electric cut outs and Magnaflow mufflers. Built 727 Torqueflite automatic with Gear Vendors overdrive, trans cooler, aluminum pan and Cheetah shifter kit. New driveshaft with a safety loop. 8 3/4 rear end with Auburn center section, 3.73 posi and Strange axles. The under body and structure is all solid metal painted black.



Low, long and sleek. It has a menacing look and the muscle to back it up. It's not only the cost to build something but the time also. It would take a few years and a lot more than $102,000 to duplicate this car. It's done and ready to go tear up the streets and win some shows.



I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle. Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the car's condition in detail. **These cars are displayed in a museum. If interested in a particular car make an appointment with a salesman to see that car. Without an appointment there is an admission fee to enter the showroom. If you buy a car, your admission will be refunded and you will be given a 1 year membership.



815 385 3644 9-5 central

[email protected] Answered ASAP



Power steering

Disc brakes

Dual quads

Overdrive

Spoilers

Hood scoop

Chrome mirrors

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