Restored 1971 Dodge Demon 340 with Upgraded 360 V8 Fails to Sell at Auction

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Restored 1971 Dodge Demon 340 with Upgraded 360 V8 Fails to Sell at Auction
Restored 1971 Dodge Demon 340 with Upgraded 360 V8 Fails to Sell at Auction

Turning heads at a recent auction was a vibrantly restored 1971 Dodge Demon 340. Its Plum Crazy paint gleamed under the lights, highlighting the car’s aggressive design.

This wasn’t a pristine factory example but rather a labor of love that melded classic muscle car aesthetics with some unique part choices.

Despite its impressive showing, the Demon remained unsold, with the highest bid reaching $35,000.

Restored 1971 Dodge Demon 340 with Upgraded 360 V8 Fails to Sell at Auction
Restored 1971 Dodge Demon 340 with Upgraded 360 V8 Fails to Sell at Auction (Dodge)

This Dodge Dart Demon has undergone a heart transplant. While it originally sported a 340 cubic inch engine, it now packs a rebuilt 360 cubic inch V8 under the hood.

The upgrade includes three two-barrel carburetors for better fuel delivery, an aluminum radiator for improved cooling, and even Mopar valve covers for a touch of brand flair.

While the exact power output remains unknown, the engine sends its grunt to the rear wheels through a TorqueFlite 727 three-speed automatic transmission.

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