1971 Dodge Hemi Charger R/T is a Rare Breed
This model is striking from every angle and, to top it off, it's an extremely rare Dodge Hemi Charger R/T.
This 1971 Dodge Hemi Charger R/T is quite a rare find, being one of just 63 units produced that year. From the streets to automotive shows, this model is sure to turn heads wherever it goes.
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This particular model is one of just 30 Hemi four-speed Charger R/Ts produced in 1971, and one of just 12 made for the Canadian market.
Under this model's hood lies a 426 Hemi V8 powerplant with dual 4-barrel carburetors. Topping it off are, of course, the hemispherical cylinder heads. You can be sure this car will pump some excitement into your day.
While we take power steering and power brakes for granted these days, people didn't in 1971. Thankfully, this unit has those extras, making it a viable option to take on a long trip today.
One of this car's best features is its Ramcharger hood with hold-down pins. This gives it all the attitude and road presence of a true muscle car.
Ensuring this Hemi Charger R/T turns heads as it passes is its B5 Bright Blue Metallic paint job with Black R/T striping.
The inside of this car is just as striking as the outside. Its blue vinyl bucket seats and Hurst pistol-grip shifter fill this car with tons of character.
This model's painted steel wheels with chrome hubcaps are easily another one of its stand out features. These rims are wrapped in Goodyear G60-15 Polyglas GT tires. And you can find this beauty at Mecum's Dallas auction September.
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