A 426 Dual-Quad Max Wedge 361 cubic-inches powers this originally special ordered competition automobile. The 426 Max Wedge with automatic transmission took top honors at the 1963 National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) in both the S/SA and Tip Stock Eliminator classes. It was the first production stock car to post a sub 12 second NHRA run and is still one of the fastest production cars ever produced in Detroit.
Special features include 426 Dual Quad Max Wedge components, competition exhaust with cutouts, a trunk mounted battery, manual choke, manual steering, manual brakes, radio/heater/spare tire delete, aluminum alloy cross-ram intake manifold, Max Wedge cast-iron exhaust headers and a race modified Torque - Flite and a 3.91 Sure-Grip positraction rear axle. The owner says it's a bear to drive on the street but a real hoot!Also photographed at :