Of course, what is most appealing is the scarce green paint, which was reapplied by Bruce Pardo using Sikkens Green Go FJ6 replacement (Green Go was Dodge's real name for the option; Plymouth was offered in Sassy Grass, though that name has stuck to all FJ6-hued cars). Coupled with the white top, white interior, and white longitudinal stripe, it is a combination that really works on what could be termed as an extreme color.
The Mopar restylings of 1971 were the beginning of the last hurrah of the muscle car era designs, and Brent ended up with a visible all-around package that highlights what the Charger was all about-classic style and horsepower. It took first place for the stock B-Body machines at the 2007 Carlisle All-Chrysler Nationals. Even if it wasn't an R/T . . .
'71 Dodge Charger 383
Car Owner: Brent Ball, Harrowsmith, Ontario