The legendary Hemi motor has been called many things, but slow is not one of them.
So named due to its hemispherical combustion chamber design, the Hemi has proven to be a powerful and impressive engine for decades.
The allure for the Hemi is so strong, it continues to inspire car fans worldwide, both the Mopar faithful and its competing brands.
You’ll see Hemi engines in everything from Ford street rods to muscle cars to rat rod jalopies. If it’s your aim to stir the imagination and command attention at a show, a Hemi motor definitely fits the bill.
For this article, we’re sticking with the 1950s 331, 354, and 392 Hemi iterations and, of course, the king-of-the-hill 426 from the ‘60s era.
Sit back and take in some seriously big horsepower pics, all featuring the infamous Hemi motor.