1964 Mopar 426 Hemi Super Stock Racing A-864
The way it was in 1964. 426 Hemi A864 Super Stock cars. Checkout my You Tube Channel for more Max Wedge/Hemi vids and info. http://www.hamtramck-historical.com/photos-va-19.shtml http://www.allpar.com/racing/ramchargers/index.html
1965 Dodge A990 Factory-Built Drag Racer
This car is for sale on consignment. Price: $200,000. For more details, go to www.showyourauto.com or call (847) 838-3749 and talk to Mr. Krook. This is one of two factory-built '65 Dodge A990's left out of the 47 that were built. It was sold through Mr. Norm's Grand Spaulding Dodge. The A990 was a series of "delete" options that turned an ordinary Coronet 2-door sedan into a Hemi-powered, lightweight, purpose-built drag racer. The current owner is the second. This car has all its original body panels and interior appointments, including thinner stamped front fenders, thinner window glass, back seat delete, front bucket seats from that year's Dodge Van and a grille that blocks out two of the original quad headlamps. Around back, the battery is in the trunk, and steel plates replace the backup lights. It's been resprayed once in 1987, and that's it. But you're not worried about all that. You want to hear that 426 roar. Well, I'll see what I can do.... ;)
1963 Plymouth Sport Fury 426 Max Wedge
Max Wedge of course meant you had Chrysler's engine with the maximum reliable horsepower available. Chrysler always built their drivetrains tough. I think this is a push button 727 auto with an 8.75 rear. It looks real good. Car starts on command, so it doesn't have the insane 13.5:1 comp like the original 426/425hp. With 13.5 comp, you'd have to live next to an airfield to be able drive the thing.
Great Sounding V8 Plymouth Superbird "Petty Replica"
Whilst filming the Exhaust pipe, the owner revved the engine, it was unbelievably loud, ears were ringing afterwards :)