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Happy 426 Day!


 
We noticed today’s date and thought how iconic three numbers in a certain order can be – 426.
 
In the world of engine displacement, 426 cubic-inches has had an illustrious past when the words “Max Wedge” and “HEMI®” followed these magical numbers. It was the arrival of 426 Max Wedge in 1963 that made our Dodge B-body (and Plymouth cousins) serious contenders at the drag strip. Fabled teams like the Ramchargers, Golden Commandos and many others won numerous events and buried many quarter-mile ET and MPH…

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Happy 426 Day!

2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 Review

 
Go big home or go home¬–nothing this year captures that mentality more than the 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392. To prove it, the gear heads at Motor Trend got behind the wheel of our heavy-duty beefed up beast, and what did they find? Well, the rumors are true. Not only does the Challenger look good on the road, but there is also plenty of big-power backing it. Last year, Motor Trend testers hit the track comparing the 2010 Challenger to its nemesis, the 2010…

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2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 Review