1971 Dodge Demon Coupe
1971 Dodge Demon Coupe
Glance through our sold inventory, and you'll undoubtedly find that every single Dodge muscle we've offered has sold almost immediately and for price guide-busting numbers. The reason is simple: these are obviously awesome cars to drive. You don't need a big block in a lightweight car to be a serious threat on the street.
With a numbers matching 340ci V8 backed by a 4-speed manual transmission (how's that for unusual?), a Top Banana paint job with matte black accenting that puts some restored Hemis to shame, and loaded with options, this Demon is ripe for the picking. Get ready to peel out and split your opponents in two…(Tongue firmly in cheek!)
This car is a legend in its presentation with Top Banana Yellow paint, ultra-straight rust-free steel panels, a dual scooped hood in matte black wide panels, and a black Go-Wing on the trunk. Awesome pure 1970's side graphics show in thin black stripe which widens ever so slightly as we move to the stern. The smiling devil with his pitchfork M in the middle of the deMon badge was a hit on the marketing end even though some Christain groups were against it. A clean black grille, shiny bumpers and argent painted surrounds for the headlights and grille work very nicely in unison with the upper black hood and lower front Top Banana Yellow front roll panel below the bumper. On back is a lineup of early “Mustang style” taillights and backup lights again with some black on yellow accenting across said panel. Raised white lettered Road Hugger tires are sporting deep dish trim rings and a central lug hub on gray punched Mopar Rallye steel wheels. Orange you glad I didn't say banana??!
Simple black door panels have a Demon badge in the center of the sill, and show some slight stitching to delineate the panels and door pulls etc. Slipping inside sleek black vinyl high back bucket seats with square and rectangular stitched inserts and smooth bolsters form into a high back seamless headrest bucket seat for the front chairs. In back a bench stretches from B pillar to B pillar. A Hurst shifter is on the black carpeted hump and a glance upwards from its wood ball topper we can see the original configuration dash. A trio of round gauges sit within a half wood appliqué panel with black vinyl covering below. The usual lineup of knobs, ignition and buttons reside here and are all within ergonomic reach of the driver. Original radio and climate control levers are driver's right. A black textured pattern dash topper with no cracks or tears tops this beautiful original dash. Speaking of tripping, the headliner is nice and tight and also in black.
A little bit of Lucifer in this numbers matching drivetrain, is the key under this hood with a 340ci V8 struck with 2780930 indicating an engine block between 1968 and 1973 in 340ci config. A single 4-barrel intake 3512100 complete with a Comp. Cam (.495i/.495e lift and .235i/.235e duration). On back is another numbers matching component for the 4-speed manual transmission which is an A833. The rear axle is 8-3/4 inch with 3.91 sure grip gears.
In this all pressed steel environment all is good on the surface rust front with nearly none. Some undercoating is seen as well as torsion bar suspension upfront, and leaf spring suspension for the rear. Drum brakes are on all 4 corners and a dual Flowmaster exhaust is installed. A new fuel tank is on the back underneath. Filler up!
She fired right up and off to the test track where my partner in crime and I had a fun filled muscle car drive. Everything worked like a charm and we were able to “peel out” with this engine trans combination with absolutely no monkeying around on the acceleration front. Bias free braking is noted and just a full on throwback to the days of lightweight muscle cars.
A fine example of some Mopar Muscle from the white hat boys of 1971. All looking good, all mechanically sound, and all like the original. Great paint, great engine, great interior this car is truly top dog..AH ha… I bet you thought I was going to say banana, and I just did!
M-Medium Price Class
29-2 Door Sport Hardtop
H-340ci V8 4bbl Hi-Perf 275hp
B-Hamtramck, MI Assy Plant
379193-Sequential Unit Number
FENDER TAG DECODE
E55-340-4 Barrel 69-73
D21-Heavy Duty 4-Speed Manual Transmission
L-Dodge Dart / Demon
29-2 Door Sports Hardtop
H-340 275HP 1-4BBL 8 CYL
B-Dodge Main, Hamtramck, MI, USA
379193-Sequence Number '379193'
GK6-Paint Code-Dark Bronze Metallic
6-Vinyl Bucket Seats
TX9-Upper Door Frame: Black / Black Velvet 504-Date Built: 5 / 04 / 1971 188443-Order Number: 188443
GK6 Roof Type OR Color-Dark Bronze Metallic
U-Built to Specifications for USA Order
A31-3.91:High Performance Axle Package
D21-Heavy Duty 4-Speed Manual Transmission M43-Grill Surround Molding N41-Dual Exhaust w/o Tips N42-Chrome Dual Exhaust Tips R11-Music Master Radio AM V6W-White Longitude Sports Stripe V8W-Transverse Stripe - White EN1-End of Codes Assembly Line 1
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This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.