N96 "Shaker Hood" 71 Dodge Challenger convertible 383 auto Purple & white mopar

Price: - Item location: Lincoln, Nebraska, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Challenger
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: convertible
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 60,000
  • VIN: JH27NiB159489
  • Color: Plum Crazy Purple
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: White
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1971 Dodge Challenger convertible

First off, let me say this car is unfortunately VERY rusty but complete. Secondly, it is a Plum Crazy Purple, white interior, white top, white stripe 1971 Challenger convertible with the incredibly rare factory N96 "Shaker Hood" option!! It does retain it's original, born with 383 Magnum engine & 727 transmission, window sticker, fender tag (rusty), dash vin tag, cowl number, radiator support number & drivers door vin decal. The 340 air cleaner on the car was just put on to protect the carb, the original air cleaner is pictures in a box & in very good condition. The Challenger came new with bucket seats, console, power steering, power brakes, tinted windshield, AM radio, rally wheels & manual top, In the description, see the picture the original owner took when the car was new. If you've read this far, you probably know how rare this car is? Some say it's 1 of 11 Shaker hood 71 challenger convertibles built but it may be as high as about 20 built with the N96. The inner front fenderwells are VERY rusty as are the front rails & floors. The back end isn't as rusty but will need some rail work. Thankfully, the original hood & air cleaner were stored in a basement & are in very good condition. The shaker is complete except for the hot & cold air doors. Thanks- Paul 402-202-2263 Just to clarify.....the window sticker is an old photocopy of the original sticker. It is not from a reproduction. F.Y.I. Not included in this auction but available is a 1971 challenger convertible shell that is very clean & virtually rust free. Feel free to call & discuss details anytime. Thanks
P.S. I've had some good offers on the extra shell but, I don't want to let it go until the shaker car is gone. I tried to attach a link to pictures of the solid shell but it doesn't work, Email or call for the pictures if you like. It has been media blasted & been stored inside since, the surface rust you'll see is very, very light & the rest is all bare metal- what you see is what you get.