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1972 Dodge Charger


1993 Ford Thunderbird SC 5 Speed


Photo of: 1972 Dodge Charger
Photo of: 1993 Ford Thunderbird SC

No longer owned


Head to Head


About “Sleeper”

This car lives up to it's name: She looks tame on the outside, but when I put my foot in the worked Mopar small block, she just hunkers down and takes off! The engine was left appearing completely stock (until you take off the air cleaner housing with it's K&N low restriction drop-in replacement filter and see the Holley 750cfm 4-barrel, that is!). If you look closely, you'll see the headers that dump into a 3" true dual exhaust system with Dynomax mufflers for a mellow yet purposeful sound.

About “Dangerous”

Nearly rust free Kansas car. Clutch went out in 2003, I've been working on rebuilding the motor since then. Motor was assembled in 2006/2007, and installed in 2007. Car back on the road for a few months in 2007, new lower springs and shaking out the engine tune. 2008, drove it a couple months and 2nd gear syncro went out. Swapped the trans and now driving it daily while waiting for some parts for the Auto Rotor swap.
2009 - Car is down as I swap in the Auto Rotor 2.0l along with various upgrades including new Air/Liquid intercooler and associated plumbing that needs to go with that and the Moates Quarterhorse for better tuneability.
Autorotor is in and car is running since August. best time so far 12.907 @ 110(approx) up at the Brainerd International Raceway Muscle Car Shootout in 2010.

Cracked the oil pan at the end of 2010. Big things planned for spring and summer 2011.

Sold fall 2012


Specs for “Sleeper”

The engine started out as a mild-mannered 318, but it's been worked within an inch of it's life. Bored out .060 over, stroked 3/4", and the compression bumped up to 10.75:1, and featuring a mid-race cam. The heads have been completely gone through as well, being extrude honed and port-matched, with a three angle valve job. She has a 727 Torqueflite automatic with a shift kit and a 2,000 stall converter, all built to handle the power. It's all backed up by a Posi rear, of course.

Best times to date -
0-60: 4.8 seconds
1/4 mile:13.1@104mph

Specs for “Dangerous”

3.8 liter V6 Supercharged
5 Speed Transmission


Factory Options for “Sleeper”

Automatic Transmission, AM/FM Stereo, Air Conditioning

Factory Options for “Dangerous”

Tweed/Leather Seats
That's It, this baby is fairly clean
Poor quality factory paint job.


Mods for “Sleeper”

The engine and transmission have been gone through top to bottom, with a full dual exhaust system. Other than that, the factory stereo's been changed out for an AM/FM/Multi-Disc CD player.

Mods for “Dangerous”

2010 Spring Dyno: 441hp/462tq @ 19psi

3.8 bored .030 over
Wiseco forged pistons
Scat H-beam connecting rods 6.2" long
ARP rod bolts
ARP main studs
ARP head studs
Head work by Supercoupes Unlimited including
- Port/Polish
- Larger valves (1.84 intake, 1.57exhaust)
- Comp Cams Beehive Springs
- Custom Cam Grind
Convert Heads from Pedistal to Stud mount Rockers
Scorpion Adjustable Roller Rockers - Stud mount
Rhoads Vmax SuperLube Roller Lifters
High Volume Oil pump
Felpro Permatorque MLS Head Gaskets
Spec Lightweight Aluminum flywheel.
Spec Stage 2 clutch with lightened pressure plate.
BHJ Balancer
Magnum Powers 10% overdrive Crank Pulley
Magnum Powers 10% overdrive Jackshaft Pulley
Added 2008 - Biondo Line Locs.
Added 2008 2.0 liter Autorotor
Custom Liquid/Air Intercooler
Aluminum Driveshaft

Moates Quaterhorse and custom tuning by Me, Supercoupes Unlimited, and others that helped me.


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