71 Dodge Demon drag racing

My 71 Demon. 493 BB Mopar with alum heads and solid roller cam. Ran through the mufflers and DOT tires. 50/50 race pump gas mix.

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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.

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1972 Dodge Demon $25,900.00
Recent Body-Up Restoration, beautiful Plum Crazy purple metallic paint, black striping, black vinyl interior, 408 ci/450 hp stroker engine, Pistol Grip 4 speed manual transmission, Holley 750 cfm dual feed 4 bbl, Mopar Performance aluminum intake, Comp camshaft, 10-1 compression, Melling HV oil pump, ceramic headers, Mopar Performance air cleaner & valve covers, electronic ignition, power steering, front disc brakes, Griffin aluminum radiator with electric fans, bucket seats, Hurst pistol grip shifter, factory dash, "tuff" wheel, Mopar tach & gauges, Sony am-fm radio with cd changer, dual Exhaust with H pipe & chrome tips, 8 3/4 3.55 Sure Grip rear end, frame-connectors, 215/70R14 Cooper tires, factory 14" Rally wheels, Mopar Muscle!

The Demon Project
The transformation of my Dad's 1971 Dodge Demon drag race car. This project began in January 2012 and was finished in June 2012. The car was completely gutted and rebuilt. All of this was done without my Dad's knowledge of the project. He has owned the car for nearly 20 years and for the last 12 years the car sat behind our race shop and deteriorated to the point of being junk, once we started racing dragsters. With the help of RENEW Performance and L & L Motorsports, they were able to turn what once was a vehicle destined for the junkyard into a work of art.