The Hemi 426 is probably the most famous engine of the muscle car era: with a stellar power output of 425hp and tons of torque it had basically no rivals on the streets.
One of those Hemi engine is installed in this 1970 ‘Cuda (chassis #BS23R0B100003) which is said to be the first Hemi E-body Cuda built: it should be basically a museum car, also because it is said to have just 17,800 original miles.
Not only the Hemi engine: this is not equipped with an auto gearbox but with a four speed unit with the famed “pistol grip” shift lever knob. The photos are not top-notch but the car looks as good as it came out of the factory: by the way we always wondered why a car so mighty wasn’t equipped by the factory with a proper rev counter. Nuts. Do you have $3,200,000 to spend for a Mopar? If yes, find it for sale here in Minneapolis, MI.