1955 Chrysler 300 426 HEMI Build Project

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1955 Chrysler 300 426 HEMI Build Project

The Roadster Shop took the wraps off one of their newest completed projects, a 1955 Chrysler 300. The car sits on a modified FAST TRACK chassis which includes an IFS and four-link rear suspension with upgraded Baer brakes. Under the hood they installed a 6.4 L Gen 3 HEMI V8 which was increased to 426 ci (6.98 L). To help the engine appear like the original 5.4 L Gen 1 FirePower V8 they created custom valve covers and adapted the original intake system. Behind the engine sits a GM 4L80-E four-speed automatic transmission connected to a Ford 9″ rear end.

Project Built at:
Roadster Shop
28775 N. Rte 83
Mundelein, IL 60060
847-949-RODS (7637)
info@roadstershop.com
www.roadstershop.com
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This video purpose is to tell world about amazing car build project and to inspire ever growing car builder community around the world. So if you’re inspired in building your own car and want to learn more about how to do it in best way, don’t hesitate and read build source page so you can learn something new and if something is not clear you can always ask builder some questions about the build.

Comments

wendell worth says:

Very nice. Looks good from here in Alabama. A new 55 300 426, better than factory. If you, or whomever owns that car, sells it, I bet it would go for a little more than it sold for initially in 55. I am going out on a limb here, and think it would sell for at least 6k. LOL

james briggs says:

very cool build. it looks like a 3rd gen hemi with 1st gen valve covers. how did you get the cubes, or did you get a crate engine. im also glad to see you put a four speed trans in it. very cool build indeed. also how much horse power does it put out?

albert brooks says:

Excellent resto job without disturbing most of the original part of the car, just performance and age (lil rust) problems Very thought out Beautiful job by the Roadster Shop once again. Thanks Hand built for sharing.

jon brees thogmartin says:

fabulous job. always loved that car. i high school i drove my father's 345hp/345cu inch hemi-desoto adventurer. first w/ 1hp/cu inch. loved hemis ever since. good work. it is appreciated.

jon brees thogmartin says:

sorry, my bad. should always read first, then respond.

jon brees thogmartin says:

i must have missed something. 55-chry 300 had a 331 cu in engine.

John Behneman says:

Wow!!!! I am impressed. A Chrysler 300 resto-mod. But it looks totally original. Yet outperforms the original in every way. Way to go!!!!! That is what hot rodding is all about. Take the best of the old, and blends it with the best of the new. Thanks for sharing something different. I love it!!!!

ElZorro99 says:

I have always loved this car. I wish that Chrysler had stuck to this vision throughout the life of the 300 series.

Mike Lamothe says:

From a time when style and flair meant something.

richard Turk says:

Beautiful car.Growing up in the 50s my Dad had a 54 Desoto. Mopar fan all my life.Wish I still had my 70 440+6 Cuda

Jane Book says:

nice except for the dog shit gm trans

Clifford Jones says:

Mopar 4 life the Hemi badst in the world that's a fact that's 331 or 354 or 392. The Distributor is in the back of the engine only the BB 426 the Distributor is in the front of the engine

Fernando Romero says:

PADRÍSIMO.

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