Here we go with another one awesome specimen from the Dodge Charger series from the beginning of the 70s, the car that is most definitely at the very top of my Christmas Wish-list, and I think that many of you are sharing those same feelings and desires about it, so I think that you will fully enjoy it. It is 1971 Dodge Charger R/T 440 Six Pack in its original form, which was the third generation in the series, with a new split front grill, and a little bit more rounded body lines.
There is the pooped up scoop above the air cleaner on the hood, which could also be seen in the previous models of Super Bee and Dodge Coronet R/T. Along with it, Dodge merged the Charger lines with the ones on the Coronet, so all four-door models were badged as the Coronet, and the two-door models as the Chargers. The one that you will see in the video is a classic Dodge model, with two doors, powered by the massive and powerful 440 Six-Pack motor, which was the last time Dodge used it in its cars.
In the following video that you are about to see, we have one perfect representative of the timeless beauty of 1971 Dodge Charger R/T. So check it out and enjoy it.