Listen to the 1,000-hp Dodge Hellephant crate engine start up
When the 426 HEMI Crate engine came out in 1964, it was so powerful they called it The Elephant.
Then decades later we got the Hellcrate, the 707 horsepower Crate engine.
Well, now Dodge has completely lost its marbles with a 7-liter supercharged V8 that puts out A thousand horse power and 950 pound feet of torque you guys, it's ridiculous.
Now Dodge says that this engine is made for pre 1976 muscle cars, project cars, and even off road cars.
And they've already put it into this 1968 Dodge supercharger concept.
Now sure, you're gonna have to buy some extras like a wiring harness and the alternator, but frankly, who cares because it's going to be awesome.
And they're going to start it up for us.
[NOISE] You could go again.
Now we've go no word on pricing yet, but, folks, it ain't gonna be cheap.
And you should be able to buy it by the end of this first quarter here in 2019, so start saving those pennies, y'all.
You'll be able to destroy anything on the drag strip.
Engine revving repeatedly.
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