1941 Dodge Hemi Gasser
354 Hemi ( Recently Rebuilt) Estimated 500 HP
Keith Black 392 Pistons
Isky Cam and Lifters
Hot Heads HP Aluminum Heads
Dual 500 Edelbrock Carbs
Champion 4 Row Aluminum Radiator
Aluminum Water Pump
Hot Heads Ceramic Coated Fender Well Headers
Turbo 400 Transmission w/ Hays 2800 Stall Converter
Chrysler 83/4 Rear End w/3:55 Locker Gears
HD 3" Diameter Driveshaft and HD U-Joints
Ladder Bars/ Coil Over Racing Shocks
Forged Old Ford Front Straight Axle
Speedway Motors "Gasser" Front Leaf Springs
Flaming River Rack and Pinion Steering
Front Disc Brakes
11" Rear Drum Brakes
Rocket Fuel Wheels
We are presenting this great Dodge Gasser. Built originally to take to the drag strip, the current owner has done some upgrades on it, but has never taken it to the track. It is actually street legal and can take on any local show and could be raced if you choose.
The previous owner of this Gasser was Aaron Brown of The Garage Shop. He was the one who dropped the 354 Hemi into the car.
The door windows are tinted 1/4" Lexan. There are no window regulators. The strap you see, is the way to raise and lower the window. This cuts down on weight. There are a set of regulators that come with the car. The interior is custom done and looks great. The Moon Gauges are all working. The Painless Wiring is all connected to this display/fuse panel that controls everything. There is a Hurst "Quarter Stick" shifter and line lock system.
There is a main power shut off key as well as the control switches on the overhead panel. The car has a one piece steel tilt front hood and fenders.
Lift the hood to showcase this fantastic 354 Hemi. The next few photos are good shots of the Edelbrock carburetors, the Hot Heads high rise intake, billet pulleys, aluminum alternator bracket, Weiland carb base, and much more of this great engine. We have a box full of receipts all categorized for everything done to the car. The Champion radiator has a shroud with twin 14" electric fans.
The Hemi was rebuilt by Wayne Calvert's Precision Engines in Denton, Texas. It has machined crank journals, has been line bored, and has all new crank & cam bearings and a new high volume oil pump. There are approximately 500-600 miles on the engine since the rebuild. The current owner changed it from the cast iron heads to "Hot Heads" HP aluminum heads. There is an MSD Pro Billet Distributor, MSD Blaster coil, MSD spark plugs, and Taylor plug wires. It comes with Thrush exhaust mufflers.
There are some parts included. We have some new window seals, and the window regulators if you would like to install regular glass windows.