1972 Dodge Demon with Championship blood. Car is turnkey and capable of 10.6 in the quarter mile. Spent its entire life as a race car (still has original Inspection sticker from 1972) — but could easily be restored to show condition — or to a True Street race car.
The car is so clean that you can eat off the bottom of it. All quality parts from the top shelf.
This car is as fresh as a daisy — and ready to race. It is very low maintenance and dependable. It was overbuilt and never wound up to it potential, to keep it low maintenance and dependable. This car has spent it's entire life as a well pampered race car and still wears its original Texas Inspection Sticker from 1972. The paint and body looks as good 1 foot away as it does in the photos. You can eat off the underside of the car — which is cleaned after every race.
Motor now has CSR Billet Water Pump not shown in photos
This car is a Top Shelf pampered race car worth over $35,000. I've reduced the sales price from $25,000 to $20,000 — and will sell the car for $15000 as a roller (less motor, transmission, headers, radiator, fan and trans cooler. I also have a new Diamondback 408ci engine pump gas engine that would still allow this car to go 11.0 on pump gas — for those looking to compete in a "True Street" class. The car would require wipers, turn signals, and street slicks to pass Texas inspection, and the s pool replaced with a Sure track or Locker, and engine to a pump gas to be truly streetable. Click here to email me your questions.
Nostalgia Super Stock Racing With A 1960 Plymouth Wagon