1971 Dodge Charger R/T 426 Hemi Tribute

Lutz, FL 33559
United States

1971 Dodge
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Category  Classic Cars

Attention Mopar fans, this is what you love. It's a 1971 Dodge Charger that has been meticulously restored to be a terrific R/T 426 tribute. And while you'll marvel at the shine of the paint, what you'll really love is the growl of the 515+ hp dual-quad Hemi 426ci V8. And they even gave you some key upgrades like four-wheel disc brakes and a limited-slip rear end to enjoy this muscle Mopar to the fullest.

This Charger was part of a Rotisserie restoration. And one look at the .....
undercarriage reminds you of the difference when you pay for true quality. But the piece that will always grab your attention first is the paint on top. Hemi Orange is one of the boldest colors around, and it's made even bolder when you take the time to give it the kind of smooth radiance you see here. And before the big money was spent on the paint, there was a big investment in the sheet metal. It gives you excellent panels that showcase the long hood, fastback-like roofline, and muscular kick-up at the rear fenders. Against the orange body is also a well-coordinated dark side with the R/T hood stripe, chin spoiler, door trim, wraparound waistline stripe, and rear spoiler all make this Hemi coupe look meaner. And we particularly like the way this one has some nice features to reveal the nature of the beast. It's in everything from the hidden headlight front end to the Ramcharger scoop that is made to rise up from the hood for some fresh air.

The black interior was equally well restored, with the cool pattern on the vinyl bucket seats looking as fresh as the day this one left the Lynch Road factory. Exceptional carpets and door panels continue this stock/fresh look. Plus, the wood paneling on the center console and dash add some nice contrast while looking as good as new. These Mopars really knew how to prioritize the driver, and we love to see all of that style present here. This includes the grippy Tuff sports steering wheel and a full Rallye gauge package with large speedo and tach.

While the callouts on the hood are enough of a warning to others that this is the king of the streets, we still bet you're going to lift the hood to show it to everyone. After all, it's fun to show off a big Hemi motor, especially when it's done to an award-worthy standard. The reason why this is so important is because the '71 Charger is seen as the end of the muscle car era. The 426 Hemi had its final year here, and so this one gives it its reverence. This it's an era-correct block that was purchased/built in 2007. You can see all of this was done right everywhere from the MSD ignition system to the polished pulleys. It inhales deeply as the fresh air hood feeds a dual set of Edelbrock four-barrel carburetors, and it exhales with added power and authority as long tube headers feed the H-pipe dual exhaust. It's a serious powerhouse, and we have the dyno sheet showing it makes 518 horsepower! The Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic is a stout unit that is known to handle this kind of muscle, and it feeds a Dana 60 4.10 limited-slip rear end for powerful and confident take-offs. Plus, power steering, upgraded four-wheel power disc brakes, and fresh suspension components are all about making sure this is as much a cruiser as it is a quarter-mile king.

There is a level of investment in this Charger that tells you this one was cherished. So if you know how to properly love an award-worthy dual-quad Hemi coupe, call today!

4610 PET LN STE 105
Lutz FL 33559
United States
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