1967 Dodge Charger 426 Hemi Is a Taste of the Good Old Days
Here’s a secret to finding an all-original vehicle in stellar show-car condition with low miles: find a car that was literally built for and used only at auto shows, like this immaculate 1967 Dodge Charger 426 Hemi.
No more than nine early ’70s E-Body 426 Hemis have ever been together in the same place. The Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals flexed hard and shattered that record by putting 27 of the 42 ever built under one magical roof.
Let’s be honest, a Dodge Challenger isn’t the best platform to break the 200 mile per hour barrier in a standing mile. Or is it? Pictured above is Joel Highsmith’s custom Dodge Challenger. This monster of a machine sports a Kenne Belle supercharged 426 HEMI making an astonishing 1,012 rear wheel horsepower. Combine that with […] More »
Because the R/T Charger just wasn’t fast enough, Dodge has turned up the heat with the 426 Redline. 426 is the displacement of the “elephant” hemi v8 they’ve dropped into the engine bay. They say the car with this motor will crank out a colossal 590 horsepower: that’s 125hp more horses than the lunk in […] More »