|11-19-2012 05:18 AM|
|1Gary||Don't get my comments wrong,I'm all about old time classic hot rodding.Those early hemi's are big time heavy.So you going to need to plan out the front suspension accordingly.|
|11-19-2012 05:07 AM|
|11-18-2012 09:31 PM|
You beat me to it. '58 was the last year of the "early hemi".
"Hot heads" has the best info and is a good read.
Be aware that parts are expensive for this motor and cn be hard to get.
|11-18-2012 08:59 PM|
|11-18-2012 08:26 PM|
Here's a link to the old hemi guru's.
Hot Heads Research & Racing Early Chrysler Hemi Home
|11-18-2012 07:48 PM|
|11-18-2012 06:54 PM|
|poncho62||Dont know a whole lot about them, but I do know that a Dodge Hemi is different than a Chrysler Hemi and a DeSoto Hemi is different again....They aint no SB Chevy.|
|11-18-2012 06:48 PM|
hemi motors (early)
I have a chance to pick up a early hemi, approx 57.8.9 and my question is are the parts pretty much available even if I have to get new everything? Also is there a hemi I should stay away from? Also the cross member for motor mts what is the distance and are they all the same? Thanks Dana