Car: 1967 Hemi GTX
Owner: Andre Soubliere
What it did: 335hp@5750 rpm, 364 lb/f @4000 rpm
How he did it: MacCallum-built 484 cid Hemi, stock 2x4 induction, electronic ignition.
What’s really cool about it: It’s an original low-mileage, numbers-matching Hemi car.
Cool Quote: “I wish I had headers on it. Not all the time, but sometimes. Like on the dyno, or at the Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise in Detroit. That would be fun!”
What else: Andre proved that Hemi cars don’t melt in the rain.

Car: 1970 Hemi Challenger R/T SE
Owner: Joe Medwick
What it did: 416hp, no other info available
How he did it: 478-inch Ray Barton-built Hemi featuring Comp Cams .540/.550-inch lift cam “in the 240-degree range” cam, ’69 Super Stock intake manifold with matched 1-inch spacers under the carbs, Chrysler electronic ignition, Hooker headers with 2½-inch crossover and Borla XR1 mufflers.
Joe simply said: “Bad weather. The numbers were down. 448hp last year.”
What else: Joe’s the original owner.

Car: 1970 ’Cuda
Owner: Brian Mastrangelo
What it did: 319hp, 339 lb/ft (no rpm given)
How he did it: 393-inch big block, 10.25:1 pistons, Comp Cams #2825-GVL cam, pocket ported heads, Crane HI-FX rev-limiter ignition box, Six Pack intake