Rare 440 - 6 Pack Road Runner vs Chevelle SS 396 - 1/4 Mile Drag Race - Road Test TV
http://www.RoadTestTV.com 1/4 mile drag race between a 1969 Plymouth Road
Runner with a 390 horsepower 440 6 pack
against a 1969 Chevelle SS powered by a 375 horsepower L78 solid lifter
Road Test TV - We Live Hi Performance!
These rare cars are part of Pure Stock Drags. The cars have to be equipped
with Stock Carbs (Jetting ok), Stock Intake Manifold, Cam within 2% of
stock specs, Stock Heads, Stock Block - but can bored up to .070 over and
use pistons within 1.5 points of stock compression, Stock Exhaust manifolds, stock wheels and stock size
Also, stock transmission (shift kit allowed if automatic). No line lock, No
trans brake, No manual valve body, No Torque converter with higher than
2200 rpm stall
1969 Super Bee
A 1969 Super Bee with a 440 Six pack..a very nice Car...ck it out!!
Building A 440 Six Pack [S2 Ep.5-3]
When it comes to classic hot-rod components, nothing gets people going like
a multi-carb setup. And the king amount these is the Tri-power. Long
admired for their stellar performance and macho attitude, the tri-power has
become a hard thing to find. So why find one? Why not build your own? Today
on GEARZ, Stacey walks you through the process of building your own
tri-power out of old derelict parts. After that, Stacey pulls out the big
Mopar guns and shows what it takes to put together a six-pack. If
multi-carbs are your deal... you?re gonna love this show! Then Stacey gets
down and dirty and shows you how to build some simple, ultra strong axle
dollys by using some old scrap metal like the kind laying around YOUR
garage. Who said gearheads aren't into recycling?
133322 / 1969 Plymouth Road Runner
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/cvfadk8
If you bought into the notion that cartoons are for kids, drop it and get
behind the wheel of this '69 Plymouth Road Runner. With one of the greatest
designs of the day backed by the single greatest engine of the time, this
no-frills thriller encapsulates everything that was right about the muscle
Plymouth designers took the basic idea of stripped-down racer and
translated into one of the most sturdy looking designs of the muscle car
era. Comprised largely of straight lines and angles, the Road Runner
doesn't look muscular like most of its competitors -- it looks
indestructible. This B-body looks especially tough in its coat of B7
Jamaica Blue paint with longitudinal white stripes accenting the body
lines. Fresh out of an extensive restoration, the paint work is first rate
and displays a level of depth that factory sprayed cars simply can't
Chrome not looks heavy -- it is heavy. To keep the weight down, Plymouth
designers kept their use of shiny bits to a minimum. The result is an
industrial grade look that let's everybody know this car is all business.
From the performance hood to the iconic Roadrunner decals, everything is
here and looking better than new.
From the name to the design, the Roadrunner was built with one intention --
eliminating stop light competition. While the base 383 was nothing to laugh
at, it was the 426 Hemi that made the car a legend. This is a true Hemi car
and the date-coded Elephant between the frame rails looks right at home,
dressed with a Coyote Duster air cleaner, wrinkle finish valve covers and
the token orange overspray on the negative battery cable. The engine fires
up on the first try and behaves well for a Hemi.
Take a look underneath the pristine body and you'll find a clean
undercarriage with lots of correct hardware and solid floorpans that wear
just the right amount of Jamaica Blue overspray. In the center, an
18-spline A833 four-speed manual transmission transfers power down the
driveshaft and out to the Dana 60 differential packed with 4.10 gears. The
suspension remains stock with manual steering and power drum brakes. At the
corners, body-matched steel wheels wear dog dishes with Goodyear F70-15's
protecting them from the pavement.
Between the Jamaica Blue doors, a fully restored H2X black vinyl interior
awaits. While you may expect a stripped down muscle car to be
uncomfortable, this Plymouth is just the opposite. The rebuilt bench seat
is surprisingly accommodating and offers just enough support to make long
trips a legitimate possibility. From the carpet to the headliner, all the
soft pieces appear to be new and combine to form a showroom quality cabin.
Documentation includes two copies of the fender tag broken down by Mopar
master Galen Govier. There is also an impressive stack of receipts from
big-time shops such as Mancini Racing and Roger Gibson Auto Restoration.
Even after a quick glance through the stack, you'll be glad someone else
footed the bill on this build.
If you're ready to hit the road with Hemi power, dust off a place in your
collection for this awesome '69 Road Runner! Call, click or visit
http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information!
440 Dodge engine :)
Here is a short vid of our 440 on our homemade engine stand, we had to
build a new one, as the one that held the 318 just wasn't up to holding the
Hopefully we will have this running soon :)
It is painted Race Hemi Orange