A lot of late model Roadrunners had 318’s. A lot of late base model Chargers did too.68 - 383 or 426
69 - 383, 426 and 440 6 barrel (mid year)
70 - 383, 440 6 barrel and 426
71 and up, not for sure other than the 340 was an option, but nothing smaller, I do know that.
I’m referencing 73-74 cars when I say late model. To my understanding a lot of those 73-74 base models included 318’s. Both 73-74 Roadrunners and Chargers had 318’s. My belief was, beginning in 71 there were no big blocks installed. The 360 was Chrysler’s new biggest motor installed in some vehicles starting in 71 (particularly vans and trucks starting in 71-72) The 340 was the new flagship performance engine in some vehicles. The late B body model cars (73 - 74 ) received 318’s. Someone correct me if I’m wrong. I assume this is correct because I’ve seen and heard of a lot of 73-74 B body cars having 318’s ?I don’t think that site is correct? I’ve not heard of or seen a 71 roadrunner with anything smaller than a 340.
You’re right. It totally slipped my mind that the 440’s were installed in the late 70’s. In Chrysler New Yorkers for example.You are correct that in '73 a lot of road runners had the 318, it was the new base engine. However, many had the 400, and the 440 was still available until the end of the 1974 model year. 1975 still offered the 400 as well. Aside from the b bodies, the 440 was also still common in C bodies and trucks and wasn't phased out until the end of the 70's.
True that, brother. True that. Ha Ha !Also plenty of 68-70 Chargers with 318s, even some that made it out the door with the trusty 'ol slanty.. for roadrunners, 68-69 got a 383 or 426 hemi, for 69-1/2 and 1970 they added the 440 six Barrel. And who gives a **** what they put in them after that