Awesome color combo, serious rarity, and ragtop fun give this 1971 Dodge Challenger an instant attraction. But as you dig deeper, you'll also discover even more of what you love, like V8 power and an A/C interior.
All the Mopar fans out there already know what kind of a rare sight it is to find a Dodge Challenger convertible. This is one of less than 1,900 produced in '71, and nearly a half century later, you know there are far fewer that have survived to look this good. It has been treated quite well, and in fact, it has a newer respray of the High Impact color Plum Crazy. That means it has a deep luster in the sunlight, and that's exactly what you want on a sunshine-friendly droptop. Plus, you have the right sporty look with the twin scoops in the hood and polished torque thrust style alloys. And one of our favorite pieces is the set of full-length side stripes. Not only do they show off the curves of the sheetmetal, but also the white coordinates with the convertible top to make this rare Mopar distinctive even when the roof is up.
As much as we love the look with the roof up, the power top has a smooth operation, and it's your gateway to an equally impressive interior. The white interior gives this a well-coordinated look inside and out. Plus, the seats have recently been reupholstered for style and comfort. And while we love the look of the white, you also have black carpeting so that you don't need to worry about dusting off your shoes before going for a drive. And being ready for instant fun is exactly what a car like this was made to do! Bucket seats, a grippy three-spoke steering wheel, and a dash that's centered around you: this is a driver's machine. And the cold-blowing air conditioning means you get to really enjoy the top-down experience long into the summertime.
The engine bay has the tidy look of care that's you've seen on the rest of this car. It was born with a 318 cubic-inch V8, and so it's great to see the correct displacement still in the engine bay. This one fires up eagerly, and the stainless dual exhaust gives it a sweet sound. It's the kind of classic you're going to want to enjoy on the road, and so you have great driving features like power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and the grip of wide modern tires.
Great features and true rarity come together to deliver an irresistible droptop classic. So don't let this distinct Mopar slip away, call today!