The 1971 Dodge Charger was the first of the third generation Dodge Charger series. The Super Bee package was brought over into the Charger line, after being used in the Coronet series; the Super Bee package was discontinued after 1971.

CodeNameColor Chip
A4Light Gunmetal Poly.1971-Dodge-Charger-A4-Light-Gunmetal-Poly
A8Gunmetal Gray Poly.1971-Dodge-Charger-A8-Gunmetal-Gray-Poly
B2Light Blue Poly.1971-Dodge-Charger-B2-Light-Blue-Poly
B5Bright Blue Poly.1971-Dodge-Charger-B5-Brite-Blue-Poly
B7Dark Blue Poly.1971-Dodge-Charger-B7-Dark-Blue-Poly
C7Plum Crazy
E5Bright Red1971-Dodge-Charger-E5-Bright-Red
E7Burgundy Poly.1971-Dodge-Charger-E7-Burgundy-Poly
F3Medium Green Poly.1971-Dodge-Charger-F3-Medium-Green-Poly
F7Dark Green Poly.No Paint Chip
J3Light Green Poly.No Paint Chip
J6Green Go1971-Dodge-Charger-J6-Green-Go
K6Dark Bronze Poly.1971-Dodge-Charger-K6-Dark-Bronze-Poly
Q5Turquoise Poly.1971-Dodge-Charger-Q5-Turquoise-Poly
T2Tan Poly.1971-Dodge-Charger-T2-Tan-Poly
V2Hemi Orange1971-Dodge-Charger-V2-Hemi-Orange

* Poly. is another way of saying Metallic

1971 Dodge Charger Car Paint Colors Chart (OEM / Factory Colors)1971-Dodge-Charger-Factory-Paint-Chip-Chart-500px-Wide

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