1971 DODGE Charger

1971 DODGE Charger

CHARGER SERIES — (6-CYL/V-8) — The Charger was completely restyled for 1971 to further segregate it from the Coronet series. Chargers rode on a new 115-inch wheelbase chassis and were expanded to six coupes and hardtops in three series. All models were semi-fastback coupes featuring rear quarter window styling that swept up from the fender to meet the sloping upper window frame. The full-width bumper/grille shell was split by a large vertical divider on all Chargers and the rear end featured a small trunk lip spoiler and six square taillights located in the oval rear bumper. The standard Charger was the base trim level and included all federally mandated safety and pollution equipment; 225-cid Slant Six (or 318-cid V-8); cigarette lighter; dual horns; color-keyed carpeting; inside day/night minor; roof drip rail and wheelwell moldings and two-speed windshield wipers. The Charger 500 was the intermediate trim level Charge ...

 

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