Classic Car Archive Specs, Facts, & History
1971 was the last year for the GTX, it was slightly smaller than the year before.
The 71 had new styling features that included rounded fenders and a loop bumper front and rear, new hood cutouts and the side markers were larger. The GTX also received a wider rear track to give the GTX better handeling.
Although Mopar was the slowest of the big three to scale back their engines, the GTX stayed true to what the purpose of the vehicle was made for: to go fast, look good and feel good doing it.
|Engine||0 to 60 MPH||Quarter Mile||Source|
|440 Ci||6.5 sec||15.2 sec @ 97 mph||Musclecarclub.com|
|426 HEMI||5.0 sec||13.5 sec @ 105 mph||Musclecarclub.com|
|440 V8||440 Ci||1x4bbl||375 hp @ 4600||480 lb-ft @ 3200|
|426 HEMI||426 Ci||2x4 bbl||425 hp @ 5000||490 lb-ft @ 4900|
|440 Six Pack||440 Ci||3x2 bbl||390 hp||490 lb-ft|
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