Mr. Norm was a muscle car pioneer. He saw the demand for muscle cars in the late 60’s and embraced the trend by modifying Mopars at his Chicago dealership. When a customer purchased a performance car at Mr. Norm’s Grand Spaulding Dodge they got exactly what they wanted. If Chrysler didn’t offer enough grunt, Mr. Norm would add a more aggressive camshaft a larger carburetor tune the vehicle on a dynamometer and actually show the new owner how much power their dream car just made. Even though Mr. Norm’s Garage has moved south to Florida, the man is still determined to give the people what they want. Two fine examples are the Kenne Bell supercharged Mr. Norm’s Super Challenger and Super Cuda based on the 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT-8 .
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