The Legendary Slant Six

The Legendary Slant Six

 

Few engines can truly claim the status of legend, but the Slant Six, used in Dodge vehicles from 1960 to 1987, is one of them. Some old garage hands say that if it was properly cared for, a good old Slant Six might just run forever.

 

A clean-sheet-of-paper design, the Slant Six originally took its name from its innovative cylinder layout—the block was laid over on its side 30 degrees to the right to allow a low center of gravity and a low, sleek hood profile to accommodate…

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The Legendary Slant Six

The Max Wedge Story

The Max Wedge

 

As the Detroit muscle car wars of the 1960s began, the Chrysler Corporation and its Dodge and Plymouth brands were pacing the sidelines. But not for long: Midway through the 1962 model year, the Maximum Performance Wedge package was introduced—the legendary combination that soon became known as the Max Wedge.

 

This first Max Wedge displaced 413 cubic inches and was offered in two versions: an 11.5:1 compression-ratio model with 410 hp, and an even more radical 420 hp model with a whopping 13.5:1 compression ratio. Both engines were…

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The Max Wedge Story

Make Your Dodge Your Own with Mopar Accessories

Dodge Dart Mopar Accessories

 

Once you have the Dodge you’ve always wanted, the next step is to personalize it — to make it truly your own, tailored just for you. Go straight to the source, and check out the Dodge-approved accessories from Mopar.

 

No matter what model Dodge you drive, Mopar accessories are designed, engineered and built specifically for your vehicle — from Dart to Durango, or Avenger to Challenger. This gear can help you get the most from your Dodge:

 

Lifestyle and utility — Dodge and Mopar offer fitted racks for bikes,…

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Make Your Dodge Your Own with Mopar Accessories