Dodge Hemi Race Die Cast Engine
The first 426 Hemi of the 1960s was the NASCAR stock car race engine, introduced in a Plymouth Belvedere in 1964. In 1963 NASCAR limited engine displacement to 427 cu in (7 L). The 426 Hemi was nicknamed the "elephant engine," a reference to its massive amounts of power and large heads. The racing version featured a higher compression ratio, different intake, exhaust manifolds and aluminum heads. These very accurate reproductions are fully wired, plumbed and Hand Assembled.
Our 1/6 size replica includes the following features:
- Starter Motor Gear drives the Flywheel Gear which turns the Fan, the Fan Pulleys, Belts, & Alternator.
- Air Cleaner is removable to reveal detailed carburetor.
- Air Cleaner is plated with REAL CHROME.
- Fuel system includes fuel lines, filters and pump.
- Realistic intake manifold/exhaust manifold breather pipes and other misc. plumbing.
- Full ignition wiring.
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