New Quickest Pure Stock Car...

Discussion in 'The "Pure" Stockers' started by Jeff Sawruk, Apr 11, 2017.

  1. Jeff Sawruk

    Jeff Sawruk Well-Known Member

  2. Mart

    Mart Gold level member

    Probably should have incorporated a cage in it, for good reason..... let's see if GM & Ford bite!:D
  3. mrolds69

    mrolds69 "The Cure"

    It's kind of a stretch to call a car that only comes with one seat pure stock. It's really a pure stock race car.
  4. Jeff Sawruk

    Jeff Sawruk Well-Known Member

    The Demon doesn’t come standard with a front passenger seat, a rear seat or trunk trim from the factory, but buyers can add each of those items as an option for a dollar. The front passenger seat costs $1, the back seat costs $1 and the trunk trim costs $1. The Demon comes with the standard FCA warranty of three-year/36,000-mile bumper to bumper coverage and five-year/60,000-mile limited powertrain coverage. The Demon isn't another factory "drag pack" car like a modern COPO or modern Cobra Jet Mustang, it's just the quickest street car ever engineered...
  5. Jeff Sawruk

    Jeff Sawruk Well-Known Member

  6. cjfordman

    cjfordman 60 ft specialist

    Its still a fiat though .
  7. Jeff Sawruk

    Jeff Sawruk Well-Known Member

  8. Steve Reynolds

    Steve Reynolds SRE Inc

    What happened to the top half of the right front tire in that picture above? Photo shopped in too much of a hurry!! LOL

    Wild car though!! Where will it end?? Incredible...............
  9. Jeff Sawruk

    Jeff Sawruk Well-Known Member

    Demon Unleashed:
  10. Tim Clary

    Tim Clary Well-Known Member

    It's a bad Lad
  11. SmallHurst

    SmallHurst The Polyglas Pimp!

    It was made mention that the cage would have killed the crash test. Also, responsibility of the cage would go to FCA if they built it. It would be a tough car.
  12. TrunkMonkey

    TrunkMonkey Well-Known Member

    Big Bad Buicks need a new squeeky toy.

    Bet Dodge spent more on their 9.65 than any one Buick Boat Cap'n ever spent to go less than 9.65.


    Remember, you eat an elephant one race at a time.
  13. Richard Elbon

    Richard Elbon Well-Known Member

    Nothing wrong with it. Cool car, given what’s on the performance market for any brand. I forgot,what brand new vehicle from other domestic manufacturers runs wheels up 9s? The only new vehicles available to touch it would be any of the big bore Japanese superbikes that laydown 9s at the strip and then get 40 mpg on the way home. Or how about the Viper powered motorbike Dodge built years ago as a design exercise. Theoretical 280 top end but they wouldn’t let anyone test ride it other than a quick 100 mph spurt down a side road. Remember people who live in glass houses........
  14. Richard Elbon

    Richard Elbon Well-Known Member

    Fiat? This is what happens when uninformed people make comments without facts. Fiat may be a part owner of Chrysler corporation but the car was designed and built by your brothers and sisters here in the US.
  15. cjfordman

    cjfordman 60 ft specialist

    The fender flares look like **** and makes me think cheesy 4 wheel drive add ons .
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  16. Chi-Town67

    Chi-Town67 Gold Level Contributor

    I like the car a lot, just don't care for the flares at all. They probably did it to just make it look different than a Hellcat, i'm guessing.
  17. 72STAGE1

    72STAGE1 Runnin' with the Devil

    Whats not to love other than I wish Buick had done it instead of Mopar....Still, a double thumbs up!
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  18. flynbuick

    flynbuick Guest

    The flares were needed for the wider tires used on the Demon.
  19. cjfordman

    cjfordman 60 ft specialist

    And the look extra stupid when they put skinny front tires on them . They should have made a special 1/4 panel for those cars instead of cheeping out .
  20. Richard Elbon

    Richard Elbon Well-Known Member

    Trunk monkey, you’re comparing what Dodge spent to design and engineer a fleet of 9 second street legal fully insurable and street/strip drivable car to one Buick enthusiasts car? They probably spent more on sales brochures than any boat captains car is worth.

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