We’ve gotten to see the full transformation of Tony Angelo’s 1971 Dodge Demon 340, from a non-runner that had been in storage for a long time to the moment where the 340 itself decided to call it a day and died. Angelo’s high-school ride has had plenty of ups and downs over it’s life, but with renewed interest (and the Hot Rod Garage at his disposal) he has brought the Demon back to life, with the goal of making it daily-driver competent with upgraded handling and braking. And finally, we get to see the finished product, but not before some final buttoning up. The rear end gets an axle swap to the larger 5 on 4.5″ bolt pattern and a disc brake upgrade, and the Demon finally loses the stock Chrysler Rally wheels for a set of D-slot mags and some fresh rubber. Finally, the rebuilt 340 is jammed back into the car and is cut loose out in the canyons of California, and it looks and sounds amazing.