Dodge Hemi Charger R/T 1971 – SPRZEDANY

Ten Dodge Hemi Charger R/T z kolekcji Wellborn Musclecar Museum jest jak żaden inny. Jest jednym z zaledwie 63 sztuk wyprodukowanych w ostatnim roku z królewską jednostką 426 Hemi, generującą 425 koni mechanicznych, a jego wyjątkowość podkreśla wyposażenie. Od wyjściowej ceny Chargera R/T wysokości 3223 USD właściciel rozpędził się tak, że doszedł do ceny 6304,6 USD. To jedna z zaledwie dwóch sztuk z opcją M51 w postaci elektrycznego szyberdachu. Auto jest we wspaniałym, oryginalnym stanie, z przebiegiem 35638 mil na liczniku. Na ekspozycji w muzeum stało od 2005 roku, przy okazji stając się bodaj najbardziej znanym egzemplarzem Hemi Charger’a na świecie, występując w najważniejszych albumach, magazynach i jako model w skali. Auto sprzedane zostało za 319 tysięcy dolarów (ok. 1,2 miliona złotych).

Link: https://www.mecum.com/lots/FL0120-396906/1971-dodge-hemi-charger-rt-sunroof/

LOT F113 KISSIMMEE 2020
JAN 10 2020
1971 DODGE HEMI CHARGER R/T SUNROOF
The Most Highly Optioned Example Known to Exist

FROM THE WELLBORN MUSCLECAR MUSEUM COLLECTION
Engine 426/425 HP
Trans Automatic
Color Hemi Orange
Interior White

ESTIMATE
$350,000 – $450,000

HIGHLIGHTS
1 of 2 Hemi Charger R/Ts with factory M51 Power Sunroof option
The most highly optioned 1971 Hemi Charger R/T known to exist
Documented with the broadcast sheet
The original MSRP was $6,304.60
Formerly owned by Mopar Collector Steve Segal and NFL Linebacker Kevin Greene
Part of the Wellborn Collection since 2005
35,638 miles since new
426/425 HP Hemi V-8 engine
A34 Super Track Pack
Two 4-barrel carburetors
Floor-shifted automatic transmission
Power steering, brakes and windows
Bucket seats with console
Rim-blow steering wheel
Air Grabber hood, front and rear spoilers
Light group and driver aid group
Rear window defogger, six-way adjustable seat
AM/FM Radio with 8-track and Dictaphone
Hi-Impact Hemi Orange with White top and interior
Color-keyed bumpers and mirrors
Rallye wheels with Goodyear polyglas tires
Sold new at Central Motors Dodge in Hagerstown, Maryland

This 1971 Dodge Hemi Charger R/T from the Wellborn Musclecar Museum is literally unlike any other. Not only is it one of only 63 built that year with the mighty 426/425 HP Hemi engine in its final year of production, but it is also one of two 1971 Hemi Charger R/Ts equipped with the rare code M51 power sunroof option. That is but one item in a list of features that qualify it as the most highly optioned 1971 Hemi Charger R/T known to exist. Such a treasure attracts enthusiastic, caring owners, who, in this case, include noted Mopar specialist Steve Segal and former NFL linebacker Kevin Greene. The car is in beautiful condition, showing 35,638 original miles on the odometer. The R/T’s base price of $3,223 gave buyers an already potent machine, but it did not take the original buyer long to pile on the goodies and bump the final MSRP up to a healthy $6,304.60. The first big item, of course, was the dual quad-equipped 426 CI Hemi, which in its final year of production was still rated at 425 horses. The original matching-numbers 426 Hemi engine is backed by a Slap-Stik-shifted TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic and heavy-duty A34 Super Track Pack rear end and augmented with power steering and brakes. The Blacked-out domed hood, longitudinal side tape stripes and twin vertical door tape stripes visually identify the R/T package; this example adds Rallye road wheels, front and rear spoilers, a White vinyl roof and color keyed elastomeric bumpers and racing mirrors to match its Hemi Orange paint. The car is the recipient of one repaint in the factory color and retains its original vinyl top and unrestored engine compartment. The original White interior fairly overflows with luxury and performance extras, including power windows, light and driver aid groups, rear defogger, 6-way adjustable driver’s seat, AM/FM radio with 8-track and Dictaphone, Rallye gauges and wood-rimmed sport steering wheel. The original buyer also ordered the rare, optional rear shoulder belts for the car. When it arrived for delivery, the seat belts were installed, but the factory had neglected to install the actual shoulder belt assemblies, though the broadcast sheet confirmed them as being installed. Documentation for this unique Hemi R/T includes the original broadcast sheet revealing the long list of factory-installed options. This car is arguably the most well-known Hemi Charger of all time due to its exposure in dozens of hardback coffee table style books and magazine feature articles as well as a matching 1:18 scale die-cast model. A cornerstone of the Wellborn museum collection for many years, Tim’s extensive research on Hemi Sunroof cars has revealed that fewer than 10 Hemi Mopars of all models were built with a sunroof in 1971.