6 Legendary Muscle Cars Built With The 440 ‘Six Pack’ Engine

In the middle of the 1969 model year, Chrysler began offering a three-two-barrel carburetor arrangement, called the Six Pack by Dodge and Six-Barrel by Plymouth, as an option for its 440-cubic-inch big block-powered Dodge Super Bee and Plymouth Road Runner muscle cars. The following year, until the option’s demise at the end of 1971, Chrysler offered the optional performance upgrade for several popular models. However, only the 1969-½ model year Six Pack and Six-Barrel cars used the original aluminum

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