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  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Demon
  • SubModel: Street/Strip
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 17,705
  • VIN: LM29H2B382505
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 413 V8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Dodge Demon 1972 Description

With a name like Demon, it's only fair that this custom build be just barely legal enough for you to hang a license plate off the rear. So as you look over the slick red paint, massive hood scoop, 413 stroker V8, four-speed stick-shift, and all the race-ready components, you'll realize this 1972 Dodge Demon is an opportunity for quite a wicked machine at quite a nice price.The Demon had one of the most aggressive A-body designs, and the factory-correct Rallye Red paint just highlights all the angles perfectly. And if you missed the curves on the shine of the paint, then the full-length stripe package will help guide you across the "kicked-up" rear fenders. In fact, the black elements provide some if this car's best aggression with the rear spoiler and that mean-looking dual opening hood scoop. Plus, 1972 is a desirable year. Not only was it the final year for the Demon, but it's also the last time the A-bodies did not have federally mandated impact bumpers, and that means something special on a car like this. The front end is far smoother and looks classically attractive, and the rear had great lines that integrated the taillights and lets the bumper follow the sheetmetal curves. But there's much more going on here than just a classic Mopar design. Once you notice the 15-inch Weld racing wheels and how the rear ones are so wide that they require mini-tubbing, you start to get clued in on how much extra wicked this custom Demon really is.Nothing goes better with an aggressive red exterior than a race-ready black vinyl interior. It comes with the right mix of factory equipment with plenty of nice upgrades. Sit down in the high-back vinyl bucket, and you'll see the Grant GT sports steering wheel. In the middle is a quad pack of auxiliary readouts, toggle switches, and a Hurst shifter with line lock that's just begging for your right hand. And if that didn't already clue you in on something special under the hood, the large AutoMeter Sport-Comp tach mounted on top of the dash (complete with shift light) should get your heart ready to race.The engine bay is bursting with Mopar power. You're looking at a 383 cubic-inch big block V8 that's been stroked to 413ci with 12:1 compression. And more than just a monster displacement, this V8 has been fortified and enhanced with components such as a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Weiand hi-rise intake, Mopar Performance finned valve covers, MSD HVC ignition, Barry Grant two-stage fuel system, Griffin aluminum radiator, and TTI headers that feed a three-inch Flowmaster dual exhaust. Best of all, you have complete control over this monster motor and its thunderous side pipe soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. A package like this needs the right supporting components to make the most of its muscular powerhouse. That's why you have a 4.56 limited slip rear end for power take-offs. And its held to the ground with a triangulated ladder bar rear end. And there's also adjustable coilovers and a top-mount rear stabilizer. Plus, the fuel cell and battery in the trunk help keep more weight over the extra-wide rear tires. The final piece to this total control package as an upgrade to a massive set of four-wheel disc brakes.While this is the perfect setup to take to the dragstrip, the consignor has only put about 1,000 miles on the drivetrain and never raced it. And it's easy to see why this one gets so much respect. After all, Dodge only made around 8,700 of these 1972 LM29 Demons (the lowest production number of the series.) That makes this a rare and speedy machine. And because it's offered at a gone-tomorrow price, you know you need to call today!

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