Doesn't she look beautiful?

Engine in place :o)

does it get any better than this...

Engine recipe

Engine: - November 1962 413 AAQA engine, bored and honed to standard size 426 bore. - linebored - magnafluxed - decked headsurfaces - H-beam Eagle conrods, brought to equal weight - crankshaft: low mileage forged cranck, checked, polished and balanced - RaceTec pistons # 1009932/Job # 12523, compression 10,5 : 1, equal weight - Pistonrings: 2M5518 - Clevite mainbearings: MS481M-10 - Clevite rodbearings: CB527P10 - Comp Cams camshaft: CL23-232-4 - Clevite camshaft bearings: SH-876S - 3-bolt Nornda Automotive adjustable timing chain - Milodon Max Wedge oilpan - High volume/high pressure Milodon oilpump - Max Wedge fuelpump - Brass freezeplugs - Engine painted by Davy "1BdCuda440" Hesen in 2K enginepaint Heads: - N.O.S.'90's Mopar Performance reproduction Max Wedge heads "2406518", reworked to fit double valvesprings. Polished ports, gasketmatched - Manley valves: # 11388-8 & 11309-8, valveheads reworked - Comp Cams double valvesprings: 1.550 diameter, 98611 - Viton valve seals: 11/32 * .531 - '60's Crane mechanical valvetrain Intakesystem: - N.O.S. Mopar Performance Crossram manifold # P5007330. Direct replacement for the original, with several performance improvements. Port-polished and gasket matched - Crossram linkage system # P515367 - Original 1964 Carter 3705-S carbs. Totally rebuilt by Ted Berris. Choketowers are removed for improved flow, +/- 830 cfm a piece. - Repro Max Wedge aircleaners Ignition: - Mopar Performance orangebox system, with hidden orangebox, Wiring integrated in original wiring harness

Ted Berris built my engine!

Ted Berris, Moparguru from the 1st hour, built my engine. A lot of dutch people know Ted. A humble guy, who builds the most outrageous methanol lurkin'hemi's.

It's been a while

October 31st, our son was born! That's the main reason for not keeping the blog updated for the last few months. Diapers, more diapers, bottles of milk, diapers. You know the story!


RaceTec pistons came in!!

10.5:1 compression. Original bore 426 cubes of Mayhem!!!


Ted Berris is working on the engine

Mopar-Guru Ted Berris is in the middle of rebuilding my engine. some specs: - 426 wedge, decked, linebored - lightweight h-beam rods - 10:1 compression forged pistons, custom made to Ted's specs - Max Wedge heads - Mechanical cam, specs known to the builder and owner - stainless steel valves It will have ample power to drive the car on Sunny sundays