I`m sure that many of you have heard the expression `survivor cars`, that is being used for the category of rare cars that have maintained their magic and allure over the many years since it got out from the assembly line. If it is still not clear what kind of car that could be, here we have a video clip with a perfect example of these everlasting vehicles – one greatly preserved, and very rare I must add, in perfect driving condition 1971 Dodge Charger R/T with that ultra powerful 612 Hemi under the hood. Interesting enough for you?
Unfortunately, just like many times before, the author of this video did not gave us any info about this timeless beauty, so we would try to restrain ourselves from giving any possible numbers about that 612 cubic inch monster engine under the hood, because it would only be a speculation.
So here we have this ominous looking 1971 Dodge Charger R/T, doing a little spontaneous action on the road and leaves its print on the asphalt as its driver first stops for a small `posing session` and than does a little rubber burnouts on the road. Just listen to the perfect sound of that 612 Hemi under the hood. Man…I love this car!
Anyway, this Dodge might have set the burnout world record!
Enjoy the video below!
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