1971 Dodge Charger RT V CODE 440 SIX PACK GUN Metal GRAY Ultra RARE #’S MATCH
1971 DODGE CHARGER RT “V’ CODE 440 SIX PACK

• Documented with two broadcast sheets
• Original matching numbers 440 Six Pack engine
• Torqueflite automatic transmission
• Air Grabber hood
• Power steering and brakes
• Rare Gunmetal over Black/Charcoal color combination
• Rarely seen R/T side stripe and vinyl top delete
• Original sheet metal
• Previous owned by Mopar Collector John Hadgis
• Disassembly, bodywork and paint by Restorations by Julius
• Part of the Wellborn collection since 2008
• Wellborn sent the car to Roger Gibson for suspension, chassis, driveline and
undercarriage detailing
• Extensive ownership history
• Extremely low production year

WS23 HARDTOP

Total Shipped to US Dealers 2,743

Total Production 3,118

Number Built Engine / Transmission

2,172 440 4bbl Engine / Automatic Transmission
332 440 4bbl Engine / Manual 4spd Transmission
98 440 Six Pack Engine / Automatic Transmission
80 440 Six Pack Engine / Manual 4spd Transmission
33 426 HEMI Engine / Automatic Transmission
30 426 HEMI Engine / Manual 4spd Transmission
12 Export to Canada 426 HEMI Engine / Transmission Unknown
30 Sunroof

The Charger underwent near-revolutionary change in 1971, coupling a sleek redesigned body shell with an amazing plethora of optional equipment. The example offered here was the embodiment of the more exclusive gentleman’s-market the Charger R/T was designed for—stylish, powerful and refined. The latter fact is a direct result of the rare factory Gunmetal Metallic paint over a black-and-charcoal interior color combination; this iron-clad shine is only improved by the documented R/T side stripe and vinyl top deletes, which reveal subtle bodylines that are otherwise hidden on a 1971 Charger R/T.


Price: Auction

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Location: Fenton, Missouri, United States