This'll be more of a "What's Inside the Box" review, since I don't ever plan to build this kit, but plenty of other members have and will hopefully provide some comments and suggestions regarding how this kit goes together.
Let's get on with the pics...
Here's the "Checkerboard" box from the circa-2006 RC-era reissue:
And an overall shot of nearly all the included parts:
Two body shell pics, front and rear:
Though I'm no '71 Charger expert, I can't see anything wrong with the body, and it appears to be very faithful to the very curvy 1:1 body. AMT added the rather obvious hood latch support brace, and though the inner fenderwells look a bit simplified to me, I think it's slightly preferable to the overly sharp edges of the '68-'70 AMT B-body's (GTX, Road Runner, Coronet R/T) engine compartments. A minor gripe are the holes in the trunk lid for mounting the Go Wing, but the are easily filled and sanded smooth if you're building a less flashy version.
Since we're on the topic of spoilers, let's take a close-up look at the front valance panel-mounted front "chin" spoiler, noting how it has a very fine grain/surface texture. I don't recall if this is correct or not, but this texture is used extensively on many parts in this kit, so this won't be the last time you'll notice it:
The louvered insert for the Power Bulge hood is very nicely engraved, and for once, the underside of a kit's hood may be even more impressive that the topside:
Molding the louvers open would've taken the hood to a full-on "awesome" rating, but the "440 Magnum" nameplate on the side of the bulge more than makes up for that omission:
Next we'll take a look at the chromed front and rear bumpers, which, thankfully, the folks at AMT didn't decide to cheap out on and go the elastaomeric (un-plated) route. Both bumpers are very nicely molded, and the "DODGE" grille nameplate is very crisp and clear, as seen in the middel detail shot below. I didn't take a close up picture of the upside-down stacked chevron nameplate detail on the bumper's peak, but you can definitely make it out. Detail painting that area will be a challenge, but kudos to AMT for including that detail:
The decal sheet includes what you see below, and they are typical of 2000's AMT decals, which is to say very nice:
The last body-related pic transitions us into the interior, but the image below shows one of the nicest, well-thought out details found in the entire kit-- full headliner detail. Not just a few lines running across the underside of the roof, but the segments between each headliner bow/seam have depth, and there are sunvisors, shoulder belts, clothes hooks, and and dome light details molded in, too. You could upgrade the headliner by kitbashing with the Revell '68/9 Dart's separately molded sunvisors, carving some three-dimensional clothes hooks, and I think Revell's '67 GTX/Coronet R/T kits include a separate, clear molded dome light, too, but this is a very nice effort from AMT, especially in an area which is an afterthought for most model kits: