Sweet!!! Sounds very close to mine... 71 442 "tribute" (clone) 'vert, 455 Procharged with about 600 whp/wtq, built TH350, 3:73 10.5 rear, ram air hood but not air cleaner (couldn't use it with the Procharger anyway), black interior bench seat column shifter. Wheels are 1987 Olds 15" 442 wheels. Silver with black top and striping. Heck of a lot of fun till I cracked my block. Former owner of engine had apparently toasted it with NOS, didn't discover that until too late.Omicron I noticed you have a 71 442 convertible. I have a 72 442 convertible 455/400 turbo 3:73 8.5 rear ram air black exterior white seats and side panels with black carpet , console(his/her hurst) and dash. convertible top is black. rear bumper w/ cutouts . wheels american thurst grey inside 15 x 8.5 rear and 15x6 front
We might if Chrysler'd advertise em. But I kinda like the uniqueness of them now.It's interesting that in 2009, about 31,500 Challengers were built, and in 1970, it was about 83,000. Some was due to the economy, but I wonder if we will ever see 80 plus thousand built in a year now.