1972 Dodge Demon Restomod For Sale. 383 cubic inch V8, Fi-Tech Go EFI 4 fuel injection, headers, dual exhaust, aluminum drive pulleys, electronic ignition, Be Cool radiator and shroud, highly detailed engine bay, 727 automatic transmission, 8 3/4 rear end, aluminum drive shaft, front disc brakes, 15" Cragar SS wheels with BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires, beautiful F3 fiesta green metallic exterior with black and silver graphics, hood scoops, halogen headlights with LED halos, LED sequential tail lights, chrome driving mirrors, tinted glass, green bench seat interior, B&M shifter, Tuff steering wheel, upgraded AM/FM/CD radio under the dash, custom gauge package with upgraded Westach gauges, Go EFI tuner painted trunk compartment. This is one incredible Dodge Demon, beautiful and almost impossible to find one like this!!!! Automotive History: The first generation of the Dodge Demon was short lived but nonetheless, an exceptional vehicle. The original Dodge Demon was made in 1971 and 1972 Demon was a souped up Dodge Dart. The Demon had a 108-inch wheelbase, which was three inches lower than the other Dart models. The Demon was also equipped with dual exhausts, a heavy duty suspension and rallye instrument cluster. Initially, the demon was going to be called the "Beaver". However, that was short lived as a result of the Chrysler Marketing department learned that it was slang for a specific female body part - awkward. Afterward, the name was changed to Demon but that was quickly put to an halt. Some religious groups didn't appreciate the name and considered it problematic. It especially caused some uproar when, in an act to get customers to come back, they used the term "demon-stration".