The 426 Hemi, otherwise known as the “Elephant”, is arguably the most recognizable high performance engine of all time. Promptly outlawed by most racing sanctions shortly after its introduction due to the unfair advantage provided by its hemispherical combustion chambers, it still provides that unfair advantage even today. 1941 WILLYS COUPE Blown 426 Hemi Pro Street Article "Overkill" - $8.49. Original article on a 1941 Pro Street Willys510KB Hemi BDS blown and injected/727 TorqueFlite, Outlaw 'glass body, Black and red paint with black leather interior, one off Boyd wheelsJuly 20014 Pages and 9 pictures Buyer to pay shipping Items are shipping in plastic cover with cardboard backing Will combine shipping on ... Find 426 hemi engine and 426 hemi crate engine from a vast selection of Parts & Accessories. Get great deals on eBay! this 1964 Dodge 426 Hemi was a race-ready lightweight muscle car that did 11.4 seconds in the quarter-mile. Street versions of the Hemi engine wouldn't be available for a couple of years. Back in the ’60s, few power plants in the musclecar world garnered as much respect as venerable Hemi. For a lot of folks, the production 426 Hemi that came installed under the hood of cars like the Dodge Charger and the Plymouth Barracuda serves as the pinnacle of street performance. Produced from 1966 to 1978, the Mopar 440 engine is legendary among muscle car aficionados. In its highest performing version, the 440 Six Pack, this engine could keep up with and in some cases outperform the even more highly revered 426 Hemi.