Hellcat-Swapped 1998 Dodge Dakota Pickup Is the Ultimate Mid-Size Monster

Little trucks with powerful weapons. You're likely to enjoy this combo. An excellent illustration is

 the 1998 Dodge Dakota with the 6.2-liter Hellcat Hemi. The next Dodge muscle vehicle's engine boasts more than 700 horsepower, and 

the car also has a manual transmission for rapid shifts on the drag strip. Greg Snyder, 

a devoted Mopar fan and the first person to build a handmade Hellcat, created the vehicle. 

He purchased a daily driver in 2009 off of Craigslist. At the time, it had a five-speed manual with a modest 318 cubic inch engine. 

enough is enough. The pickup truck enters the 13-second range in the low range. 

The shipment burst after that. Then 318 supported 392