HEMI Under Glass:

HEMI Under Glass:


1965 :

Engineer’s at Hurst Performance fitting a 426 Hemi through the front door of the Barracuda that will come to be known as Hemi Under Glass. Designed by George Hurst & Ray Brock, the Hemi Under Glass was named for the Hemi stuffed into the car,under the rear window,and a Corvette aluminum radiator in the trunk, with well over 600 hp on tap – the car jerked the front end up in the air at the hit of the throttle for an entire ¼ mile at speeds of 100 + mph. Bob Riggle was the original driver and went on to build a replica of the ‘68 model after Linda Vaughn urged him to.



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