Dodge Demon 1971
El Dodge Demon 1971 he shared the frame with Plymouth Duster, but with significant variations as the new front grille and new taillight assembly. The Demon, whose logo was a little imp with a trident as an "m", went on sale with the Coupe model with two doors and the 340 model also with two doors. The basic coupe model brought from factory 198 CI Slant Six and the choice of colors and four basic 14 special for Body, vinyl seats and blue or black color, brown, at a price of USD 2343.
Those who opted for the model Demon 340 obtained a Mopar performance at a higher price, 2721 USD, a very affordable price in the case of a Muscle Car This model incorporated a V8 engine and a manual transmission 3 speeds and high performance suspension offered 275CV performance. The instrument panel simulating that of a racing car which gave him this big car a more aggressive look.
Later Dodge It brought to an evolution of Information Dodge Demon call Dodge Demon Sizzler:
In 1972, the new Dodge Demon was presented with a significant change, the engine now offered 340 8 V240 BHP SAE net rather than gross SAE 275 CV featuring his predecessor:
Finally, the Dodge Demon happened to be called Dodge Dart, changing the model 340 Demon Dart Sport model Dodge 340: