Engine: 340ci V8 Bored .30 Over Transmission: A833 Manual Mileage: 15633 Miles on Build VIN: LM29H1B267030 Exterior Color: Citron Yella Interior Color: Black Vinyl Just a little bit of history behind the founding of the Dodge Demon. “By 1971, the Dart line-up changed again- this time introducing the famed Dodge Dart Demon and Demon 340 to the mix. But the Demon series wasn’t just another Dart trim level. In fact, in 1971, Dodge received a version of the Plymouth Valiant-based Duster to increase interest in their A-body designs, which Dodge used as the new Dart. Plymouth also received a new A-body model, a version of the Dodge Swinger which they rebadged as the Scamp. Originally, the newly acquired Valiant-based Duster was to be rebadged as the Beaver for Dodge’s line-up. This was an unpopular idea so they decided to name the new model the Demon instead. Unfortunately, the new Demon nameplate continued to pave the road to unwelcome controversy. Both of the Demon models included “devil” decals which wasn’t popular amongst some religious groups. I am sure most classic car buffs are very familiar with the Dodge Demon. Our Demon has had a Frame-off restoration, along with the 340ci engine being rebuilt with major horsepower modifications to make this demon become more like the Tasmanian Devil, never to be caught or caged and always on the move! We have a stack of receipts for all of the engine modifications that have been done to the Demon. There is a lot more information that can be pulled from the receipts than I can put in this write-up. Know that this Demon is definitely ready to rock and roll when you get in the driver’s seat and fire up the horses. The Demon has only 15,633 miles on the build and has just been broken in and ready for the next owner. The exterior of the Demon has been done in the correct Citron Yella, yes I know at first glance it appears that I don’t know how to spell, but that was the way that Dodge spelled the color to make it stand out even more. The Black strips and Black hood with the working hood scoop also adds to the stylish look of the Demon. All of the lines and gaps are straight and correct. The panels are solid without any damage or rust. When you do slide into the driver seat you have the original in dash gauges and the addition of aftermarket performance gauges have also been added to manage the performance of your Demon. The seats are finished in black crinkle vinyl without any major wear issues or cracks. Our staff has been over the car from top to bottom and has found no issues to report. After an extensive road test, we were able to truly show off the Demon and had many heads turning as we drove down the street. This Demon is definitely ready to find its new home and is definitely priced to sell. Please email or call with any questions that you may have!