Regardless if you're a diehard Mopar fanatic or a muscle car novice looking for an affordable way into the hobby, this 1972 Dodge Demon 340 is the perfect option. It's a true H-code car brought back to its former showroom glory through a frame up restoration. The car has an ominous presence thanks to a fresh coat of TX9 black paint, accented by white side stripes and a hood with a flat black center section, curved outlines, and chrome hood pins. Topped by a lengthy list of correct and show ready decals, the car looks like an absolute weapon. Lift the hood to find the original 340ci V8 in place, authenticated by a 2780930-340 casting number, 9.24.71 casting date, and a matching partial VIN stamped into the block. Topped by cast factory heads, a correct single-level intake, and a Carter ThermoQuad carburetor, all the basic hardware is in place. Rounded out by correct hoses, decals, and ancillary components, the engine compartment does a great job communicating its originality. Behind the high-winding 340, the original 727 Torqueflite automatic transmission hangs in place, authenticated by a matching VIN derivative as a well as a 1.27.1972 date code that aligns it perfectly with the car's scheduled production date of 2.21.1972. The torsion bar front and leaf spring rear suspension is still in place, aided by factory power steering and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. At the corners, 14-inch steel wheels wrapped in Goodyear Polyglas tires complete the look. Inside, the black vinyl interior offers bucket seats, a center console, an AM radio, and tons of wood grain applique for an upscale look. Call, click, or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information!or
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