1971 Dodge Demon Blown 535 HEMI

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1971 Dodge Demon Blown 535 HEMI

Post by scottm » Fri Mar 09, 2012 11:53 pm


1971 Dodge Demon Blown 535 HEMI
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Fast Facts
'71 Dodge Demon
Owned by: Bill Traynor, Clarkston, Michigan
Built by: Chris Collier, Clarkston, Michigan

Mopar Power

Engine: A Keith Black 535-inch Hemi, with goodies like a Littlefield 14-71 supercharger, a pair of 1050 cfm Holley Dominators, MSD ignition, and custom hand-built headers with five-inch exhaust.
Transmission: 727 automatic with a full-manual valve body, 3,800 stall converter and CO2 shifter.
Rearend: Narrowed Dana 60, with 4.11 gears for the street

Sure Grip

Suspension: (Front) Stock '71 Demon torsion bars (Rear)"Old school" ladder bars with a Watts link
Brakes: Standard '71 Demon front disc/rear drum
Wheels and Tires: Weld Wheels and Mickey Thompson Drag Radials.

High Impact

Body: Original steel '71 Demon unibody with original glass.
Paint: Viper Blue base/clearcoat
Interior: Jeg's Pro race bucket seats with G-Force harnesses, plus a full array of AutoMeter gauges including an AutoGauge 0-10,000 rpm tach.
That's a great looking HEMI! 8)
Scott Moseman
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