Exclusive to the Dart GTS, the 7.2-liter colossus used to make 375 ponies and 480 pound-feet (651 Nm) in this application. Combined with a curb weight of around 3,300 pounds (1,497 kilograms), the 440-engined muscle car is capable of showing 426 HEMI-powered siblings a thing or two in the quarter-mile. Augmented with an upsized oil pan, an aluminum intake, and Holley-sourced carburetors, the 440 in this blue-painted example is said to develop in the ballpark of 360 horsepower at the rear wheels.
Listed by RK Motors Charlotte with 41,053 miles (66,068 kilometers) on the clock, this rotisserie-restored blast from the past is estimated to make 451 pound-feet (611 Nm) at the rear wheels. Offered for similar money to a brand-new 2022 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody, the Dart GTS clone is jamming an A833 four-speed manual.
Topped by a Hurst shifter, the period-correct gearbox is complemented by an 8.75-inch rear axle. The factory-like power steering also needs to be mentioned, along with front discs, rear drums, welded subframe connectors, factory-inspired suspension with front and rear sway bars, and the period-correct B7 medium blue metallic paintwork. Pictured on 15-inch painted steelies with poverty caps, this cool tribute flaunts turbo mufflers.
Big power wrapped in a head-turning style never goes out of fashion, but the question is, would you spend $83,900 on this car instead of a Redeye?