1971 Dodge Charger Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
For 1971, the Dodge Charger was given completely new styling which helped further distinguish it from the Coronet series. They consisted of six coupes and hardtops in three series. The series included the base models, 500 series (which included the Super Bee), and the R/T Series. Body styles included semi-fastback coupes with rear quarter window styling and seating for six. In the front was a full-width bumper and grille shell that was split by a larger vertical divider. In the back was a small trunk lip spoiler and square taillights located in the oval rear bumper. The muscle car era was coming to a close. Government safety, emission controls, and insurance were beginning to force manufacturers into detuning their engines. This was the last year for the mighty Hemi engine, which retained it 425 horsepower rating. The 440 cubic-inc engine was now rated at 370, down by 5 horsepower. The 440 Six Pack also lost five horsepower. The Charger was redesigned and lost a few inches at the wheelbase. Available in SE and R/T trim, it now shared a body with the Super Bee. This body-style design lasted until 1974. The Charger Super Bee, in similar fashion to the Coronet Super Bee, was offered as a low-cost, high-performance package with heavy-duty brakes and shock absorbers, pedal dress-up kit, heavy-duty Rallye suspension, and 440 cubic-inch Magnum V8 engine. They also were given either a four-speed manual or TorqueFlite automatic transmission.
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