Because it was destined to be shipped abroad, it came equipped with a special 240 kph speedometer. The odometer now reads 98,553 kilometers, or about 60,000 miles. And yes, it’s all original. The 426/425 horsepower Hemi V8 and four-speed manual transmission with a Hurst Pistol Grip shifter are both numbers matching and it’s the only ’71 model produced in Winchester Gray.
It’s also equipped with the A33 Track Pak that included a 26-inch radiator, seven-blade viscous fan, and suspension upgrades. The shaker hood, cheese-grater grille, ‘Cuda emblems, chrome rocker moldings, and bright exhaust tips all remain in remarkable condition.
The interior is literally a time capsule. Everything still works, such as the power windows and gauges in the Rallye dash. There is no radio because it was never originally ordered, and the high-black vinyl bucket seats and three-spoke steering wheel hardly show any age.