The '64 Plymouth 413/426 Wedge's engine was carried over unchanged for 1965, though Belvedere was
repositioned in the
The 426 Street Wedge was dropped after ’65 and its displacement soon
became synonymous with Chrysler’s King Kong Hemi. The wedge would return in ’66
bored to 440 cubic inches. This was the engine that would carry MoPar into the
heart of the muscle years, around which Dodge and
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