Keeping the potent powerhouse fed is a fuel cell and electric fuel pump next to the trunk-mounted battery. Besides the blatant lack of luggage space, the Dart is now setup for plenty of traction-producing weight above the rear wheels for such a lightweight vehicle. Rocky's little '67 GT might look to be a nice clean Dart, but with that supercharger whistling away, it's enough to warn you not to underestimate it when you see it pulling up next to you.

Fast FactsWho: Rocky AudenriedWhere: Sun Valley, NevadaWhat: '67 Dodge Dart GTColor: OrangeEngine: Supercharged 360 small-block, Edelbrock RPM aluminum heads, RPM intake, Mighty Demon 750 carburetor, 509 MP camshaftTransmission: Competition 904 automatic, 3,500 stall converter, B&M shifterRearend: 831/44 rear, 3.91 Sure-Grip, Moser axles, Wilwood four-wheel discsWheels/Tires: Front: Stockton TQ 15x5, BFG T/A 215/60/15; Rear: Stockton TQ 15x7, BFG T/A 235/60/15