Collectible MotorCar of Atlanta is proud to present this 1971 Dodge
Demon. Ah yes, the story of the Demon is one that has been
discussed in many automotive circles as it transformed the image of
the revered Dodge Dart. Advertised as a performance car, the Demon
appealed to the youth market and joined forces with its Chrysler
cousin, the Plymouth Duster, in going up against the similar rival
manufacturer vehicles. Dodge continued to produce these potent
A-bodies up until 1973, after religious groups protested the Demon
name and brand resulting in the renaming of the car as the Dodge
Dart Sport. This Dodge Dart "Demon" was sold new in South America
(documentation provided). This A-Body Mopar is bold in appearance,
wearing bright Red paint. Under the hood is a 318 cubic inch V8.
Power is sent through a three-speed manual transmission. The low
production numbers of a Dodge Dart "Demon" makes the cars quite
popular, and you are sure to be the center of attention on the
road, shows and cruises. If you are looking for a unique Mopar,
this is the one you want to own! Options include Power Brakes,
Vinyl Interior, and Factory Wheels.
This 1971 Dodge Demon is one for the collection and shouldn't be
overlooked. Don't wait till this beauty is gone. Call today!
Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109Marietta, GA 30067
Hours of Operation
Monday-Saturday - 9-5Sunday - Closed
1971 Dodge Demon
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