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    Demon Dan
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    Hello! My name is Dan, a married father of two who enjoys wrenching on cars and shooting guns. I am a Local 1 Stagehand in New York City. I am Mopar to the bone. I currently own several. I own a 2014 Dodge Journey R/T , 2003 Dodge Ram 2500 HEMI , 2006 Jeep Liberty , 1972 Dodge Demon , 1974 Plymouth Roadrunner and My father and I are working on a 1968 Plymouth Barracuda. The Demon is a .60 over 318ci ( making it a 327ci I think) with a ton of goodies including ported and polished 360 J Heads, wild Comp cam , high volume fuel and oil pump , gear drive assembly , windage tray , MSD Distributor and electronic ignition and so on. It has a 727 trans with a 2600 stall TCI Torque converter and an 8 3/4 rear holding 3.55 gears and a suregrip unit and a 2.5 inch exhaust. The roadrunner is a bone stock 360ci true Roadrunner that has a 904 trans with an 8 1/4 rear with 3.23 gears and a suregrip. The 1968 Barracuda is a survivor with a new paint job and has a 225 Slant 6 with only 34,000 Original Miles with a pristine interior. My cars are drivers, none of them will win a ” best looking car” award and there will always be something that needs to be done, but I am deeply proud of them and love being part of the Mopar family. Now some pictures.

    Demon
    1972 Demon

    Roadrunner

    Barracuda


    #3363

    joes challenger
    Participant

    nice cars Dan


    #3366

    freezer
    Moderator

    Really nice, you weren’t kidding about the goodies. Looking forward to meeting you Dan.


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    Tex
    Moderator

    Really nice indeed! I can’t wait to see those toys in person.


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