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Brent, go to this web site, it will give all the information you will ever need to know about the early hemi's. Dennis
 
http://www.classichemi.com/


a local guy here in cincinnati has an old desoto in his back yard with a 
hemi in it. i saw the hemi but didn't know where to look up a number or id 
the actual size. it has the dist. in the back like a small block and an 
alumunium belhousing. 4 barrel intake. the guy said it may not be the 
original engine(says firepower onvalve covers) so it may not be a desoto 
hemi as the car was a circle track car before he cut it appart. can anyone 
tell me how to id the engine? he says he wants $1000 for the whole thing.





Dennis

'04 Ram Hemi



		
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