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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This stunning example has been highly modified with custom exhaust, which sounds awesome btw, V8-engine mods, and a two-tone paintjob.
Here's loud engine startup and a couple of smoky burnouts (PLEASE NOTE, on a closed course with professional drivers!) by this oldschool American beast, enjoy!
Insanely cool American classic, a highly customized 1962 Chrysler New Yorker.
This stunning car has it all; ultra clean orange/purple paintjob w/ flake coat, air suspension, huge 440 cid 7.2-liter V8 engine, 727 Transmission, lock diff, great sounding side exhaust pipes, and much more! What an epic machine, enjoy the video!