In 1971, Dodge wanted to spice up demand for it's full-sized Dart and began offering variants of the model with different trims and powerplant options. One of the standout offerings was the Demon. With distinctive fastback styling and trim options, the Demon was positioned as a performance option to run in-line with the popular Plymouth Duster. Since far fewer Demons than Dusters were produced, V8 models today continue to command a visible premium.
This 1972 Demon is the result of a full restoration focused on maintaining the car's originality. The car is powered by its original 340vi V8 and automatic transmission. Fire up this Demon, roll down the road and it become apparent that the 35,856 original miles on the odometer show that it has been cared for. Options on the car include dealer-installed dual snorkel scoop and Go Wing spoiler. The car is riding on a newer set of Firestone wide oval tires mounted on Rally rims.