Today’s 1971 Dodge Challenger is an absolutely gorgeous restomod example, in probably the nicest B5 Blue Mopar body color. Overall this ’71 Challenger mostly has kept the original style and charm, however has some unique options such as the fiber-glass N94 dual-snorkel hood, T/A side stripes, black vinyl top, and the black rear wing.
This 1971 Dodge Challenger is powered by upgraded Chryslers 340 cubic-inch small-block V8. This engine is upgraded with a six-pack on top, Edelbrock RPM aluminum heads, a bigger camshaft, ceramic coated headers and a nice serpentine belt drive. With this configuration, the engine probably is producing 420 horsepower and 480 lb.-ft. of torque.