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1971 Dodge Demon

Dodge Demon Information - Section contains a collection of Dodge Demon information including History, Specifications, Production information, Concept information and more.

1971 Dodge Demon - For 1971 Dodge added a new model to the Dodge Dart Lineup. Sharing bodies with the Plymouth Duster, Dodge named their version the Demon. The Demon featured a different grille and rear taillight assembly. The 1971 Dodge Demon was offered as two models, the Demon Two Door Coupe and the Demon 340 Two Door Coupe. The base two door coupe was priced at $2,343 and came standard with your choice of the 198 C.I. Slant Six or the 318 C.I. V-8. On the outside, buyers had a choice of fourteen standard colors and four extra cost, High Impact colors.

Dodge Demon Logo

Left: Dodge used a devilish little cartoon character holding a pitchfork as a logo. Decals of the Demon logo appeared on the sides of the front fenders and the taillight panel. Some religious groups at the time were not happy with this name or logo.

Vinyl roofs were also available as an option. On the inside, a vinyl front bench seat was standard, with interior colors available in blue, tan or black.

1971 Dodge Demon 340

1971 Dodge Demon 340 - Buyers looking for Mopar performance opted for the "Demon 340". Priced at $2,721 the Demon 340 was the most affordable Dodge muscle car produced in 1971. More on the 1971 Demon 340.

Motivated by a 275 hp four barrel 340 V-8 wedge engine. A heavy duty three-speed manual transmission with floor shifter was standard. A Rallye Suspension Package with heavy duty front torsion bars, front stabilizer bar, rear springs and shock absorbers was also included. Underneath the Demon 340 featured 10x2 front drum brakes and 10x1 drums on the rear. E70x14 wide tread bias belted tires were used on 14x5.5 wheels. Instrumentation included the Rallye instrument cluster with a 150 mph speedometer. Buyers could opt for a heavy duty four speed manual transmission or a high upshift three speed TorqueFlight automatic transmission. Dodge Produced 69,861 Demon's in 1971 and 10,098 Dodge Demon 340's.

Dodge Demon Sizzler Logo

Mid-year, Dodge added the Demon Sizzler. Based on the base Demon, the Sizzler added some of the Demon 340's appearance and trim pieces. More on the Demon Sizzler.

1972 Dodge Demon - The Dodge Demon returned for 1972 with only minor changes, including the grille, interior plus a switch to more generic side marker lights shared by all Dodge A-bodies.

1972 Dodge Demon 340

1972 Dodge Demon 340 - The biggest change for 1972 was to the 340 V8 it was now rated at 240 bhp SAE Net as opposed to the previous year's 275 bhp SAE Gross. More on the 1972 Demon 340.

Dodge Produced 39,062 Demon's in 1972 and 8,700 Dodge Demon 340's. The Dodge Demon would be renamed the Dart Sport for 1973, the high-performance model became the Dart Sport 340.

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Dodge Demon Concept Information - Collection of information covering the Dodge Demon Roadster Concept first shown at the 2007 Geneva International Motor Show. Includes, Information, Photos, Specifications, Wallpaper and more.

 

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