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1971 Dodge Charger SE

Highest Bid:
$32,500

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1971 Dodge Charger SE

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1971 Dodge Charger SE

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1971 Dodge Charger SE

Highest Bid: $32,500 (USD) by: MoparStan

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Chassis/VIN:

WP29L1A142728

Location:

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Odometer:

3,743 (Mi)

Lot Number:

3575376

Engine:

383ci V8

Seller:

Transmission:

Automatic

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Highest Bid: $32,500 (USD) by: MoparStan

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

WP29L1A142728

Location:

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Odometer:

3,743 (Mi)

Lot Number:

3575376

Engine:

383ci V8

Seller:

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

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Vehicle Story

This 1971 Dodge Charger SE is finished in Hemi Orange over a saddle leather interior and powered by the matching-numbers 383ci V8 paired to a 3-speed automatic transmission and limited-slip rear end. Factory options include an HD suspension, Rallye wheels, hideaway headlights, power disc brakes, air conditioning, and a 26” radiator. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, this Charger is now offered by the selling dealer with a copy of Mopar Muscle magazine featuring the car, some service records, and a clean Michigan title.

The body is finished in its factory original shade of Hemi Orange (EV2) with a white partial vinal roof. From new, the car was equipped with hideaway headlamps and painted mirrors, while a previous owner added the gull-wing spoiler, power bulge hood with blackout applique, and dual exhaust tips. The front and rear chrome bumpers are in good condition with no signs of pitting or peeling, while the rest of the brightwork follows suit. Additional features include "383 Magnum" badging on the hood, white pinstriping, flush-mounted side marker lights, and a silver taillight surround.

15” Rallye wheels are equipped with chrome trim rings and wrapped in Goodyear Polyglas GT tires measuring 215/70 in the front and 235/70 at the rear, with a 14” spare tire retained in the trunk. Braking is handled by power discs in the front and drums in the rear.

The Saddle Tan interior features high back leather bucket seats with matching saddle door panels and carpeting. Optional factory interior upgrades include a center fold-down seat, tan upper door frames, air conditioning, a rim-blow steering wheel, and shoulder seat belts. The factory AM radio was replaced under prior ownership with a factory-correct AM/FM/Cassette unit, while an OEM 8-track player is mounted to a standalone console on the transmission tunnel. Simulated woodgrain accents are utilized in the door panels and dash.

A RimBlow steering wheel fronts a 150-mph speedometer and analog clock, along with readouts for fuel, engine temperature, oil pressure, and voltage. The 5 digit odometer currently reads just over 3700 miles; true mileage is unknown.

Power is provided by the original, matching-numbers 383ci V8 engine, which was rebuilt 4 years ago. Largely unmodified, a Carter 4BBL carburetor was added by a previous owner. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a torqueflite 3-speed automatic transmission and an 8.75 rear axle with 3.23 gears.

Additional underside photos are available in the gallery.

The original owner's manual, a microphone for the 8-track player, spare "Charger" emblem, and touch-up paint is included in the sale.

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Comments & Questions

February 04, 2021
11:44 AM

BID: $32,500

February 04, 2021
11:44 AM

BID: $32,000

February 04, 2021
11:41 AM

BID: $31,500

February 04, 2021
11:40 AM

BID: $31,000

February 04, 2021
11:38 AM

BID: $30,000

February 04, 2021
11:37 AM

BID: $29,500

February 03, 2021
04:23 PM

BID: $28,500

February 03, 2021
01:03 PM

BID: $28,000

February 03, 2021
11:02 AM

The interior is amazing, so inviting without going overboard. One of the nicest I've seen. BUT: By '71 the car was too heavy (still at 3500 lbs with a big block) for a 383 with all the new 1970 regulations starting to kick in (at least she's 3 years away from cats). This girl is certainly eye-candy but really no longer "muscle" any more. The engine is screaming for a sonic test, followed by a bore & stroke to keep the matching block #. Bolt on a few goodies (heads, intake) and now you've got something. And is it only me that's put off by the dents in the oil pan? But man, that interior if GORGEOUS and she looks might fine sitting there. At a reasonable price with a few grand left in the pocket for some motor work she's be something very special.

February 03, 2021
10:17 AM

BID: $26,000

February 02, 2021
08:40 PM

BID: $25,000

February 02, 2021
05:15 PM

BID: $23,500

February 02, 2021
12:09 PM

BID: $22,500

February 02, 2021
06:36 AM

BID: $21,000

February 01, 2021
07:56 PM

BID: $18,000

February 01, 2021
08:08 AM

BID: $17,500

January 31, 2021
06:52 AM

BID: $16,000

January 30, 2021
12:27 PM

BID: $15,000

January 30, 2021
06:12 AM

BID: $12,500

January 29, 2021
11:21 AM

BID: $11,500

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