Lot #1105 - This ultra-rare and highly optioned Dodge Challenger is one of only a handful of convertibles manufactured in 1971 with a 340ci engine, 4-speed transmission and air conditioning. Well known in the Mopar industry for its unparalleled museum quality nut and bolt rotisserie restoration, this Challenger has graced the pages of 23 magazines, documenting this extensive restoration performed by Dave Ferro of Totally Auto in Feasterville, Pennsylvania. Mr. Ferro had purchased the Challenger from the original owner in New Jersey in February of 1985 with 23,000 miles. Currently, the Challenger has a total of 58,700 original miles and has its original factory Broadcast Sheet and Fender Tag, documenting its long list of highly desirable options, such as 340cid 4 barrel V8, 4-speed manual transmission, Plum Crazy high impact color, high grade vinyl bucket seat interior in white, power convertible top in white, longitudinal stripes in white, air conditioning, power steering with pump cooler, power disc brakes, front and rear sway bars, console with wood grain panel, AM/FM stereo with three speaker dash, Rallye instrument cluster package with tachometer, dual exhaust with chrome exhaust tips, dual painted mirrors and 26" radiator. Finished in one of the most desirable factory original colors of Plum Crazy Purple with a white top, white longitudinal stripe and white interior, this stunning 1971 Challenger is certainly a great car. The exceptional restoration, the original documentation, the highly sought after options, the low original miles and its rarity truly make this Challenger the best of its kind in existence.