While every exterior element of this 1968 Dodge Dart GTS makes it completely worthy for the pages of Mopar Muscle magazine, it is the things which are largely hidden from view that put it over the top. No, we’re not talking about the mint interior. No, we’re not talking about the fully painted, detailed, and amazing undercarriage of the car. We’re talking about the engine. This is a 1968 Dart with a Hemi in it, and before you start to flip the page because you’ve seen plenty of them, this is a 1968 Dart with a first-generation Hemi. The little 331 has been poked out to 342 cubes, and it is nestled between the stock fenders and under the stock hood. That got your attention, didn’t it? It sure got ours. How does this happen, why does this happen? Stick with us and find out.
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Are the tires a big modification or these cars are considered as Stock?
This is one of the Coolest American Cars .. isn't it?
The name comes from the fact he wanted to build a Old School Moonshine runner.. And than he put a supercharged 4.6L under the hood.. It puts 700 HP to the real wheels.. That's not the only cool things about this ride.. Make sure you see what Steve Holcomb did for interior.. Very nice build .. Check it out!!
When I shot it the interior was not complete...The LS3 under the hood still had some tuning to be done...But the stance was finished....The mile deep black paint was looking good....I'm sure when it is finished it will be a head turner..'Check it out!!