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Dodge Charger R/T Hemi specs

Car type Coupe
Introduced 1971
Origin country United States
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Performance

0 - 60 mph 5.7 s
1/4 mile 13.7 s @ 104.4 mph
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Bijan  6y ago

Poor Handling , Poor Braking and poor steering box .
The 1968-70 Charger is still the best , in my opinion .


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Viking  6y ago

Motor Trend's December 1970 issue tested a 1971 Dodge Charger Hemi with automatic transmission and 4:10 ratio rear axle: 0-60 mph 5.7, and 1/4 mile in 13.73 at 104 mph.


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Shaggy  6y ago

@ Fangio Man: The matching wheels don't hurt either, this is one magnificent machine.


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Fangio Man  6y ago

This colour looks so good on this car! 0_0


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Shaggy  6y ago

Oh my gosh!, my dad had a 1971 Dodge Charger!, but I think his had a 300 horsepower 383, I don't really know since he sold it before I was born.
@ Mental: No, Plum Crazy is purple, I don't know what they called this shade of blue, I know there was Hemi Orange, Plum Crazy Purple, and Sublime Lime Green. 1971 was also the year they started detuning their engines, the 383 was downgraded from 335 horsepower to 300, the 440 magnum was reduced from 375 horsepower to 370, and the 440 6 pack was detuned from 390 horsepower to 385. I adore the Charger, it's one of my top 5 favorite cars of all time.


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Mental  6y ago

What a car! Such a legend! So muscular, so charming! And what a colour! 'Plum Crazy', if I'm right.


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aaaa  6y ago

Ultra rare, only 63 hemi's that year

 

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Bill Nagribianko  8m ago

They also produced 12 Hemi R/T Chargers in '71 that were exported to Canada, bringing the total to 75. With Super Bees they made 22 for the U.S. and 1 for Canada for 23 total. You're not kidding rare!