Despite the lack of a 440 Six Pack or a 426 Hemi V8, the 340 cubic inch V8 that came standard with this Mopar

produced 275 horsepower and 340 lb-ft of torque. It's worth noting that the engine beneath the hood of this

vehicle is not the original; instead, it's a different Chrysler 340 V8, supposedly from a 1970 Plymouth Cuda. Regardless, Ryan and Seth verified.

The casting code on the transmission matches, indicating that the engine is authentic. Even better: Mitch, the

car's owner, has the original, matching-numbers 340 V8 sitting in Greg's shop. If Mitch decides to invest substantial time and money in a full Mopar repair, he will receive a priceless

Challenger. However, the bodywork and both engines will most likely require extensive rebuilding.