Hemi Rampage

I bought this truck in poor condition and just about everything everything is new from top to bottom. Took me 3 years and $30,000 to complete. I did everything myself with the exception of the upholstery and engine machine work.

New 2x3 boxed tubing frame.
Firewall set back 12" from stock
Heidts front stainless suspension with Carrera coilovers. Mini tubed 9" narrowed rear. Edelbrock wheels.
Power steering, brakes and windows

1954 331 CID Hemi. Totally smoothed block and heads.
8.5 Compression .030
Balanced & blueprinted
Ported heads w/392 valves
Howard's cam
Hot Heads Research and racing accessories
350 Horsepower, runs on low octane gas and gets close to 20 MPG average.
11" disc brakes.
Rides, stops and handles like a new truck.

727 auto with Mopar performance guts.
Mopar performance 2500 stall converter.

PPG concept bc/cc Plymouth Prowler Flame Orange Pearlcoat.

I am a semi retired body shop owner and now make my living as a power seller on ebay selling used vintage and classic auto parts. My selling ID is "wilddodge"
My website is http://www.dodgeshelby.com. I have another Rampage that I chopped and a picture of that is in your customer rides already. That one is a Turbo. I also have a Modified 86 Shelby Charger that I race street nights at Numedia raceway. I run 22 lbs of boost and turn 12.90 @107 most of the time. Well anyways, thanks for the honor to have this on your website. I really want to make it to your show this coming year and most likely will. I am now in the process of building a 92 Dakota short bed that will be Chopped 3", Suicide doors, 4" drop, narrowed rear and a Big Al,s 392 Blown Hemi. I'll send you some pics when it's done or better yet be at your mopar show with it along with my Hemi Rampage.

Thanks again.
Jay Arnsperger
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

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