The engine bay is on display for the world to see, and so they took the time to give it extra flair. After all, you not only have that big air grabber seizing all the attention, but it’s accented in an exterior-matching red. So are the valve covers, and the whole block is red, too. Add in a ton of shine, and this one is worth showing off. Plus, the Mopar Performance on the valve covers give another hint at distinction. Rarely do we see this kind of motor, so Dodge boys will love to spot the 360 cubic-inch V8. And it’s a powerful total package with dual Holley four-barrel carburetors, a Weiand hi-rise intake, and Sanderson headers feeding the growling side pipes. There even the right supporting components, like an aluminum radiator w/electric fan and a separate trans cooler. The Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit to handle this power, and power brakes with discs up front deliver firm stopping power.


Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States

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