- $31,995 Get Financing
- Hemi Orange
- Seller: streetsidephx
- Phone: 480-926-1344
There are plenty of Mopars that like to wow you with their outrageous presentation, but this 1971 Dodge Charger SE goes in a different direction. It's quite period-correct, and it has a great premium V8 coupe style right down to the vinyl top and A/C interior.
There's a boldness to a coupe finished in Hemi Orange, and so this one has a head-turning style you want in a Mopar. And these Chargers really knew how to attract eyeballs in 1971. They were redesigned for this year to really emphasize a road-owning style. The long hood, graceful fastback roofline, and integrated rear spoiler look terrific. In fact, they look especially nice on this example that has such straight sheetmetal. This was built right before the bumper laws dictated style, and so you have some of the most impressive ones ever put on a car. Up front the chrome king surrounds the grille and frames the hidden headlights, and in the rear, it's expertly integrated into the design on the sheetmetal and taillights. There are even cool details, like how the black trim strip coordinates with the premium black vinyl top.
The black roof is also a preview of the full black interior. This has a terrific mix of preservation and restoration. That's how you get leather/vinyl bucket seats with the classic button-top pattern as well as fresh/plush carpeting. Even the dash looks good under the protective pad. As a true vintage and premium machine, you get plenty of wood-like trim, but a good Charger is also a great driver's car. So you have a three-spoke steering wheel, driver-oriented center console, and round gauge package with large speedo and tach. These might have been Dodge's intermediate coupes back in the day, but today that means seating up to five in complete luxury. This comfortable cruiser attitude is also why you have well-integrated upgrades like a AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo under the dash and air conditioning blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant.
This was born a 383 cubic-inch V8 car, and so it's good to still see that displacement with an era-correct block under the hood. It has all the right details, like the bold block, Magnum callout air grabber, and factory-style decals. This motor is all about smoothness and torque, making it the perfect vintage cruiser. Plus, with a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes, you'll truly have an easy time behind the wheel.
The sale comes complete with a long maintenance file and the owner's manual. This is your chance at a cool V8 Mopar loaded with all the best features for an awesome cruiser. Call today!!!