1971 Dodge Charger Resto Mod 485 HP crate engine


Description


New 6.4/485 HP crate engine
Tremec 6-speed wide ratio manual transmission
Nut and bolt restoration
RMS Alterktion front steering and suspension
RMS Street Lynx rear suspension
Scat custom seating with matching interior
Custom dash, headliner, package tray and door panels
Custom Audio system
LED lighting
Stainless steel brake and fuel lines
Navigation
Back-up camera
Flaming River tilt column
U.S. Mags wheels
Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes
Wilwood master cylinder
Drilled and slotted rotors
Powdercoated calipers
Classic Instruments electronic gauges
Vintage Air
Power windows, brakes and steering
New brightwork
Billet trim
Now presenting in sharp blue metallic with silver-and-gray accents inside and out, its curvaceous Coke-bottle shape is one of the best designs of its era, in this case bolstered by new bright trim, LED lighting, front and rear spoilers, Hemi hood-louver treatment and low-profile rubber on extra-wide U.S. Mag Rambler wheels. Custom fender badges announce the presence of a new Mopar 6.4L Hemi crate engine, which cranks 485 HP through a sturdy Tremec 6-speed manual transmission operated by a traditional Pistol Grip shifter rendered in modern carbon fiber. The Charger’s suspension and brakes received major upgrades to bring handling up to modern standards. Reilly Motorsports’ Alterktion front suspension and power steering are a significant improvement over the stock torsion-bar system, and its Street Lynx rear suspension further improves the Charger’s ride while offering unlimited tuning flexibility. Wilwood supplied the car’s 4-wheel power disc brakes, including drilled-and-slotted rotors, powder-coated calipers and master cylinder. New stainless-steel fuel-and-brake lines ensure reliability.
1971 Dodge Charger Resto Mod 485 HP crate engine
$ 16,400.00
Used
Sell
New 6.4/485 HP crate engine
Tremec 6-speed wide ratio manual transmission
Nut and bolt restoration
RMS Alterktion front steering and suspension
RMS Street Lynx rear suspension
Scat custom seating with matching interior
Custom dash, headliner, package tray and door panels
Custom Audio system
LED lighting
Stainless steel brake and fuel lines
Navigation
Back-up camera
Flaming River tilt column
U.S. Mags wheels
Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes
Wilwood master cylinder
Drilled and slotted rotors
Powdercoated calipers
Classic Instruments electronic gauges
Vintage Air
Power windows, brakes and steering
New brightwork
Billet trim
Now presenting in sharp blue metallic with silver-and-gray accents inside and out, its curvaceous Coke-bottle shape is one of the best designs of its era, in this case bolstered by new bright trim, LED lighting, front and rear spoilers, Hemi hood-louver treatment and low-profile rubber on extra-wide U.S. Mag Rambler wheels. Custom fender badges announce the presence of a new Mopar 6.4L Hemi crate engine, which cranks 485 HP through a sturdy Tremec 6-speed manual transmission operated by a traditional Pistol Grip shifter rendered in modern carbon fiber. The Charger’s suspension and brakes received major upgrades to bring handling up to modern standards. Reilly Motorsports’ Alterktion front suspension and power steering are a significant improvement over the stock torsion-bar system, and its Street Lynx rear suspension further improves the Charger’s ride while offering unlimited tuning flexibility. Wilwood supplied the car’s 4-wheel power disc brakes, including drilled-and-slotted rotors, powder-coated calipers and master cylinder. New stainless-steel fuel-and-brake lines ensure reliability.

Additional information

Make: Dodge
Model: Charger
Year: 1971
Doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Gray
Exterior Color: Blue
Vehicle Identification Number: WH23G1G199889
United States, California, San Francisco
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