Four Wheeler|August 2020
Bill’s ’65 Dodge A100 could be had from the factory with a 170ci Slant Six making 101 horses or a 273ci V-8. However, the stock engine is nowhere to be found in the truck known as Little Red Wagon. To accommodate the 425hp fuel-injected Hemi, there was work to be done. The engine had to be mounted 20 inches further to the rear; the powerplant basically lived in the truck’s cargo compartment. To justify the weight increase from the gargantuan 7.0L Elephant engine, weight reductions elsewhere on the truck were in order.
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