The 1971 Hemi 'Cuda evolved slightly in design from 1970 with the addition of the fender "gills" and the revised 4-light nose and grille, but the good news is that the mighty 425 horse power 426 cubic-inch hemispherical headed V8 remained unchanged in power ratings for 1971. This version is wearing Tor-Red, a bright color that is certainly not going to be missed when trying to evade the law during late-night street competitions of speed. One of the coolest aspects of this car is that it is a largely unrestored survivor, one of only 48 automatics produced. Source: V8TV via YouTube