1971 Dodge Challenger 383 Convertible
Last Registered in AB
1971 Dodge Challenger 383
When this Canadian car was ordered, it got one of the most unique color combinations that we've seen. It's finished in its correct (GW3) bright white paint with a (V3W) white convertible top...and a (V6W) white longitudinal stripe. It is running its correct numbers matching (E65) 383 Magnum engine matched to a (D32) 727 h.d. automatic. As is known, the 383 Magnum was the largest engine available in the 1971 challenger convertible line-up.
The fender tag on this one is full, getting most of the options found on the R/T model. In addition to the high performance drivetrain, some other options correct to the fender tag include:
•-(A62/N85) rallye gauges with tach
•-(A01) light package
•-(B51) power brakes
•-(P37) power top.
The quality of the restoration on this E-body is excellent. The body panels on this Challenger are laser straight, still retaining the original factory installed quarter panels. The paint looks great and underneath is as solid as the top. Truly a blue-chip collectible.