1971 Charger Grills Now Available and In Stock!

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    For decades, owners of later generation Chargers have had few options when it came to replacing a damaged original grill on their 1971 Charger. They could try to find an original that was still in good shape or they could opt for a refurbished one or locate an expensive NOS grill.

    The problem with most used grills, is that the pins on the back of the grill shear off, or the tabs that secure the grill to the car have a tendency of cracking or breaking off as well. The metal circlips that secure the rubber shield to the back of the grill are often highly corroded, and the rubber seals can be brittle, cracked or covered in overspray.

    When restoring one of these cars, you can try to remove the metal circlips to separate the rubber shield from the plastic grill, but 9 times out of 10, one false move and the little plastic pins that help to secure the rubber shield simply snap right off.

    Thanks to the R&D team at OER who recognized this void in the market, and invested in all-new tooling, we are pleased to announce that reproduction grills and related components for 1971 Charger are now IN STOCK and ready to ship.

    If your 1971 Charger needs a new toothy smile, Classic Industries is here to help. We have the silver grills for base models, as well as the blacked out versions for the high performance models. Refer to the following item numbers.

    *MB9916 - Black Grill Set includes: LH and RH grills. LH and RH headlamp shields, hardware to mount the shields to the grill.

    https://www.classicindustries.com/product/*mb9916.html

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    *MB1778 - Silver Grill Set includes: LH and RH grills. LH and RH headlamp shields, hardware to mount the shields to the grill.

    https://www.classicindustries.com/product/*mb1778.html

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    The components that make up these kits can also be purchased separately if you do not need the entire set. See part numbers below.

    https://www.classicindustries.com/product/3442378.html
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    • onlyone

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      I noticed your latest catalog features a first generation Charger on the cover.
      I hope there is some consideration for starting to reproduce sheet metal for them.
      Even quarter skins or patches would be helpful.
      That area is often a problem on cars of all types.
       
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        Thank you for the comment. We will keep this in mind.
         
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