The Dodge legacy of performance is built on great engineeringand that includes its engines.
In the early 1960s, Dodge put the racing world on its ear with the Max Wedge engine series. Introduced in a 413 cubic inch version in 1962, the engine dominated drag racing in the hands of a group of young Chrysler engineers who called themselves the Ramchargers. The engine was enlarged to 426 ci for 1963 and proved even more successful.
As Detroits muscle car wars heated up in the late 1960s,…Read More