Every Car That Used A Street Version Of The 426 Hemi Engine From 1964-1971

In the history of American V8 engines, few have the iconic status and sheer gearhead cachet of Chrysler’s 425-hp, 490 lb-ft 426 Hemi V8. But the engine’s reputation stands in direct contrast to its popularity with consumers when it was new, with only around 10,000 Street Hemis — the street-going, slightly detuned version of the original 426 Hemi — produced during its six-year production run between 1966 and 1971. These Hemis ended up in a selection of Chrysler B-Body

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