It is surprising what engines fit into a 1968 Dodge Charger

The E39 M6 BMW’s V8 was no slouch with 400 horsepower. There is just one problem for French drifter Alexandre Claudin: It never came in a 1968 Charger.  And Claudin likes 1968 Chargers. So what is a drifter to do? Of course, he stuck the beautiful BMW V8 under the hood of his drift Mopar.

Alexandre modified the old Charger to accept the modern tech engine and then made it shoot flames out the exhaust.  Because, why not?

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To make this even weirder, he mated the rear end, axles and suspension from a Porsche Cayenne Turbo as written in engineswapedepot.

Listen to the sound this thing makes.

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