1/4 Scale Lindberg
. There were two basic versions of the 426-cubic-inch Hemi available to the public. The first and most common was known as the Street Hemi, and it was optional equipment in Dodge performance models including the Charger, Challenger, Super Bee and Coronet R/T from 1966 to 1971. This engine was nominally rated at 425 horsepower, but everyone knew it was capable of considerably more. This was the engine that pretty much ruled the drive-ins and drag strips of the muscle car era.