Hellephant-powered 1968 Dodge Charger heads to public sale


When you’ve ever need to personal a muscle automobile powered by Dodge’s 1,000-hp Hellephant crate engine, now’s your probability. A Hellephant-powered 1968 Dodge Charger named Dumbo is slated for a Mecum public sale working in Las Vegas from November 10-12.

The supercharged 7.0-liter V-8 was unveiled on the 2018 SEMA present, and went on sale as a crate motor in 2019. The preliminary manufacturing run rapidly bought out, so now it is probably simpler to get a Hellephant if the engine is already put in in another person’s construct.

1968 Dodge Charger named

1968 Dodge Charger named

Primarily based on the Hellcat supercharged 6.2-liter V-8, the Hellephant makes 950 lb-ft of torque along with the aforementioned 1,000 hp. The identify combines the “hell” from Hellcat with “elephant,” the nickname of the unique 426 Hemi, which simply so occurs to match the displacement of the brand new engine in cubic inches.

Within the modified Charger, the Hellephant is linked to a 6-speed guide transmission and 4:10.1 rear finish. The Charger additionally has upgraded suspension and brakes, in addition to a customized exhaust system.

1968 Dodge Charger named

1968 Dodge Charger named

Painted Destroyer Grey with a grey inside, the automobile sports activities elephant graphics and badges within the type of the Dodge Hellcat brand, and refined modernizing touches like LED headlights and taillights, Rushforth alloy wheels, and Ringbrothers billet door handles.

This is not the one Charger packing a Hellephant engine. Wisconsin-based SpeedKore Efficiency Group stuffed a Hellephant in a 1970 Charger for comic Kevin Hart, and in addition constructed a Hellephant-powered 1968 Charger dubbed Hellucination for Stellantis design boss Ralph Gilles. Each Chargers even have carbon-fiber our bodies, that are SpeedKore’s specialty, in addition to customized frames.


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