Dodge produced the Six-Pack in limited numbers—just a few more than required so it could compete in NASCAR racing at Daytona. It is powered by a 440-cubic-inch Stage II Wedge engine with three two-barrel carburetors, matched to a 4-speed manual transmission.
Carlsen bought the second one sold in Florida in 1969, and drove it for 11 years. “I’ve regretted selling it ever since,” he said. After years of searching, he found his “new” Six-Pack in an Ohio museum, and brought it home. In addition to his Roamin’ Oldies membership, Carlsen is president of the Braden Street Cruisers.