7. 1963 Plymouth Max Wedge 426
To complete the domination in Super Stock class in NHRA championship, Plymouth introduced its own version of Dodge Ramcharger. They put it in the Sport Fury body with the same crazy 426 Max Wedge engine and specifications.
For most buyers, the regular 11.1:1 compression was more than enough. And the 13.5:1 compression engines were extremely hard to use for the street, even with high octane leaded fuel. For professional racing teams and wealthy individuals, Plymouth offered an option of aluminum panels, bumpers and other lightweight components. This lowered the weight and maximized the performance.