I did restore the original rallye wheels and have a new set of tires on that are the factory size .. although they are radials and not bias ply. The interior is a new legendary interior and completely redone. 

1972 Dodge Demon

Mark Bandstra

Some details on my 72 Demon.

It required rear quarters / front floor pans as well as some other repairs to old damage and then was repainted to original banana yellow.  
I also had the underside of the car repainted the original color. 
The engine was redone and bored .40 over and balanced at the same time.

The rest of the car was done to factory specs including the exhaust. The glass is original other than the windshield. The pictures show period correct Cragar wheels with larger tires. Of course I added those as that is what I had on my demon when I was a young man. 

The car is an original 72 Demon 340 with matching #s. It came equipped with bucket seats and 4 speed transmission as well as factory power disc brakes and electronic ignition.



I have the broadcast sheet for it as well.  The car was sold originally on June 6/1972 to Larry / Dale Hansen from Ellsworth Brothers, Inc which was the Chrysler dealer in Idaho Falls, Idaho in 1972.

The 2nd owner was Eva Prouse from Blackfoot Idaho who had purchased it on May 30/78. it had 2 other owners for a brief period of time who had the car and resold it within months. I have the original warranty manual and owners manual as well as the bill of sale to Eva.  

Once I got it I did a complete restoration to it which took me 3 years in my home garage. I stripped it completely and had the body done at a local body shop.