1971 Dodge Demon 340 burnout

1971 Demon 340 auto. #'s matching driveline with warmed over motor. walkaround with small burnout.

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1971 Dodge 340: Summoning the Demon – Hot Rod Garage Ep.27
On this episode of HOT ROD Garage presented by Lincoln Tech, Tony Angelo shows you how to bring a long-forgotten car back to life. Tony demonstrates with his first car, a 1971 Dodge Demon 340, that hasn’t been on the road in nearly 20 years. We start by inspecting and changing all the necessary fluids, then cover the fuel and oiling systems, engine evaluation, and what to do after the engine is running. Following this step-by-step guide, you’ll (hopefully) have that old junker up and running in no time! HOT ROD Garage appears every other Thursday on the Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hotrodgarageshow?fref=ts..., http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://facebook.com/hotrodmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend & https://twitter.com/hotrodmagazine Google + - https://plus.google.com/+motortrend/p... Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.hotrod.com





DODGE DEMON first public sighting + QUARTER MILE SHAKEDOWN
LINK TO ARTICLE ABOUT BAN AND TESTING AT GATOR NATIONALS: http://www.digitaltrends.com/cars/2018-dodge-challenger-demon-nhra-ban-expl ained/ 2017 Gator Nationals and the Dodge Demon was making its first public test run. We asked a Dodge rep if this was an actual Demon mule, to which he confirmed. When we asked for specs he declined to comment.





134406 / 1972 Dodge Demon
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/n7bxc7o It doesn't take long for car guys to put two and two together. Chrysler may have intended their compact fleet to be inexpensive grocery getters but, thanks to their smaller proportions and relatively light weight, the hot rodding possibilities just couldn't be ignored. This 1972 Demon 340 is one of the A-bodies that Dodge sent out with some factory heat between the fenders - A true H-code car that retains its original 340ci V8 and Torqueflite automatic transmission. Thanks to a frame up restoration, the car looks showroom fresh. A sleek coat of TX9 black graces the sheet metal topped by white side stripes and a flat black hood decal. It's an ominous look and correct for the car according to the trim tag. From the plainspoken grille to the bright white taillight panel with its cartoon Demon, everything is in place and ready for the show field. The HEMI and 440 Six Pack were both off the option list by 1972 but that didn't mean the fun was over. The high-winding 340 was finally getting its time to shine, producing a solid 240 net horsepower in an era when even top option Corvettes were falling short of the 300hp mark. Lift this Demon's hood to find the original 340ci V8, authenticated by its casting number, casting date, and matching VIN derivative. From the Carter ThermoQuad carburetor to the electronic ignition, the engine compartment shows with authority. Behind that 340, the original 727 Torqueflite automatic takes care of shifting, channeling power back to an 8.75-inch rear end. The torsion bar front and leaf spring rear suspension are both in place, aided through corners by factory power steering and hydraulic drum brakes. At the corners, industrial looking 14-inch steel wheels wear black paint, dog dish hubcaps, and a set of Goodyear Polyglas F70-14s to finish off that vintage look. Pop open the doors on this Demon and you'll be greeted by a restored black vinyl interior. Given the A-bodies low-budget positioning, there aren't a ton of options visible but the combination of bucket seats, a stainless-trimmed center console, and plenty of wood grain applique certainly give the space an upscale feel. Entertainment is provided by an original Music Master AM radio. Regardless if you're a diehard Mopar A-body fan or just a muscle car novice look for an affordable way to get into the hobby, this Demon is a great choice. Of the nearly 40,000 Demons produced for '72, only 8.700 of them carried the 340 and, with its original drivetrain still in place, this one a perfect example to show off. If you're ready to put a Demon in your lair, call, click, or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information!




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