Wednesday 20th October 2021

V8 compressor power in the 1972 Dodge Demon

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today we introduce you to a tuned Dodge Demon built in 1972. The car was not refined by a special tuning team but, to our knowledge, was put on its feet (or rather wheels) by a private tuning enthusiast named Bill Sefton and the company Mr. Norms Garage. Personally, I always like these tuning conversions best, because such a car was usually refined much more individually than a car with a tuning program from only one provider. You have to note that for this oldtimer, and its more than 40 years of life, hardly anyone has a “ready-made tuning package” in their range! We already know a few details about the tuning and the built-in parts on the Dodge Demon, in addition to various small optical changes, the V8 compressor conversion was in the foreground in the project anyway. What we have learned we have listed below for you in a summary.

Ps. Even more privately tuned vehicles can be found in ours Selfmade category!

(Photos: hotrod)
These are the known changes to the car:

  • possibly a sports exhaust system (info is still pending)
  • Year of construction: 1972
  • Base: Dodge Demon GSS
  • Engine: '72 340ci
  • 360 PS V8 (with compressor)
  • Transmission: TorqueFlite 3 automatic transmission 3.55 transmission
  • Rims: 14 inches
  • Tires: E70-14 Goodyear Polyglas

Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos about this car will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course inform you and put the new data online.

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