1971 Dodge Challenger N/A

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Dodge Challenger N/ADodge Challenger N/ADodge Challenger N/ADodge Challenger N/ADodge Challenger N/A
Dodge Challenger N/ADodge Challenger N/ADodge Challenger N/ADodge Challenger N/ADodge Challenger N/A
Dodge Challenger N/ADodge Challenger N/ADodge Challenger N/A

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1971 Dodge Challenger N/A
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Condition:Pre-Owned
Price:$26,000
Sale Price:$23,500

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Seller:Richard Bennett
City, State:St. Peter, MN - (Map It!)
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Phone Number:507-995-0679

Exterior Color:Hemi Orange
Interior Color:Black
Doors:2
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive Train:Auto
Engine:440
Transmission:Automatic

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This is a 1971 Dodge Challenger that started life out as a tripleF8 green 318 A/C car. The car came from Virginia. When I purchased it in Oct. of 1999 it had 1 small rust hole in the driver rear quarter panel. The car was painted red. I had it painted EV2 Hemi Orange. The hood is a flat hood that had no rust. (From Texas) I had a 6-pack hood scoop put on. A friend of mine that worked in a body shop for over 15 years put on the scoop. There are two small cracks in the grille but could be fixed relatively easy. The interior is a 1970 black interior. The Rear seat has been fixed. I replaced the 77 440 and put in an older forged steel crank 440. It is a very solid car. The car had a 5-gallon fuel cell in it when I bought it. I replaced the trunk floor in that area. Last summer I took the car up to Grove Creek Drag ways. It is an 1/8 mile track. I ran it a few times just to see what it would do. The car ran an 8.033 @ 91.07mph’s. That equates to about 12.612 @ 107 mph on the ¼ mile. Not bad for a heavy streetcar. I had it Dyno tested. It had 305.3 HP. and 448 Ft. Lbs. of torque at the wheels. Show horsepower and torque at the flywheel would be much higher, but torque is what gets you moving. The engine tranny and drive train has not been “beat on”. I tested it because so many times I get asked, “What’s it do?” This car is meant to drive no trailer queen here. What’s the point? I used to take it to car shows a lot from 2002 to 2004. I would win trophies at about 80-90% of the shows. I even won People’s Choice at one show. Best Mopar at a couple others and Dodge Dealer’s choice at another. I took 1st place at the 2008 St. Peter car show in my class which is very good since it is a tough class. It is definitely a head turner and you get the thumbs up everywhere you go. I have some 1971 Dodge Challenger literature that will go with the car. I have thousands of dollars in receipts. I have however lost some receipts over the years, which also total several thousands of dollars. I also have too many hours to think about on work I did myself. Too much more to mention.

Engine
· Freshly rebuilt 440. Bored 0.030=446 cubic inches
· Lunati Voodoo cam .494”/ .513” lift 226/234 duration @ .050
· Keith Black hypereutectic pistons
· Hedman Elite headers (ceramic coated)
· TTI H-pipe exhaust system 2 ½”aluminized
· Flowmaster mufflers
· Edelbrock RPM cylinder heads 84cc chamber
· Edelbrock Performer RPM dual plane intake
· Edelbrock 800 CFM Thunder series carburetor
· Mopar Performance 14” air cleaner
· K & N air filter 14” x 3”
· Cloyes Double roller timing chain
· Mopar Performance Chrome timing chain cover
· MSD 6AL ignition box
· MSD Blaster II coil
· Mopar Performance distributor
· Taylor Spiral-Pro spark plug wires
· Tuff Stuff 100 amp chrome alternator
· Professional Products SFI Harmonic balancer
· Mopar Performance valve covers
· Mopar Performance windage tray
· Mopar Performance 5 blade viscous (clutch) fan
· Flow Kooler aluminum water pump
· Mopar Performance Aluminum water pump housing
· New A/C Condenser & Dryer
· Sanden R134A A/C compressor

Drive train
· Mancini Racing Transmission Street 727 TF
· Mopar Performance 175K (2200rpm) stall converter
· 3.55 Sure grip (8 ¾ 489 case, Borg Warner Clutch Sure Grip)
· Green Axle Bearings

Fuel Delivery
· Edelbrock electric fuel pump
· New 3/8” fuel tank sender
· 3/8” fuel line
· AN 6 Russell Fuel lines and fittings
· Holley Fuel PSI gauge
· OEM gas tank

Suspension & Brakes
· Mopar Performance XHD Hemi leaf springs
· Mopar Performance XHD R/T torsion bars .960”dia.
· Totally rebuilt front end Polyurethane bushings
· Newer steering gear box
· New Power Steering pressure hose
· American Racing Hopster rims 15 x 7 front, 15 x 8 rear
· BF Goodrich T/A Radials 235 60 15 front, 275 60 15 rear
· Monroe Gas matic shocks front, NAPA air shocks rear
· Factory front sway bar w/polyurethane bushings
· SSBC (Stainless Steel Brake Company) 4 wheel disc brakes slotted

Body & Paint
· EV2 Hemi orange paint PPG
· New trunk lid
· Steel flat hood with 6 pack scoop (blacked out)
· Challenger T/A front & rear spoilers
· New drivers O/S door handle
· Non-R/T factory side stripe
· Newer black vinyl top
· New windshield
· Flip top gas cap
· 1971 R/T side scoops
· Rechromed front & rear bumpers
· New front hood trim
· New tail panel trim
· New wheel lip mouldings
· Tyvek car cover

Interior
· 1970 seats & dash black
· Slap stick T-handle automatic
· Tuff wheel
· New black head liner
· Newer carpet
· Auto Meter Ultra-Lite gauges in Dash
1. 5” 160 mph speedometer
2. 3 3/8” 10,000 rpm Tachometer
3. 2 5/8” Fuel
4. 2 5/8” Water Temperature (electric)
5. 2 5/8” Volts
· Auto Meter Sport-Comp gauges under dash
1. 2 5/8” Water Temperature (mechanical)
2. 2 5/8” Oil Pressure (mechanical)
· Dash and gauges glow orange (orange bulbs)
· Owner’s manual

Stereo
· Sony X-plod CDX4000X Am/Fm CD receiver (50 watts x 4)
· Cerwin-Vega SS-402 4” Coax Front speakers
· Cerwin-Vega SS-2698 3-way 6” x 9” rear
· Rockford Fosgate 300S Punch Amp (150 watts x 2)
· Monster Cable RCA amp cable
· Power antenna (mounted on rear quarter panel)

I accept bank cashiers check or cash in person. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Car comes with clean, original, Minnesota title. Car is sold as is, where is, with no exceptions. There is no warranty expressed or written, as this is a 38-year-old classic car. Local buyers encouraged viewing the car prior to purchasing. Out of state bidders are welcome to 3rd party inspection, at their expense. All inspections must be done be fore purchase. Thanks for reading. Please email any questions.


    Air Conditioning
    AM/FM Stereo
    Compact Disc
    Cruise Control
    Power Steering
    Premium Sound
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    Rear Spoiler
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