Dream Giveaway Announces the 1971 Dodge Demon 340

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Learn more About this Demon 340

“Though the [Demon] nameplate was short-lived, it made an impact on the street via its flagship Demon 340, which revealed mid-14-second quarter-mile potential in stock form. Thus, it remains collectible today.” —Hemmings

Enter to Win a Fully Restored Classic 1971 Dodge Demon 340

Enter to win the Classic Dodge Demon Dream Giveaway and you’ll be in the running for an expertly restored 1971 Dodge Demon 340 with a long list of extra-cost factory options, plus, a presentation so eye-popping that Johnny Lightning Toys made a 1:64-scale die-cast model of it. If you’re the lucky ticket holder, we’ll hand you the keys and the title to this brightly colored Demon 340 and we’ll pay out $5,500 for the taxes.

Matching numbers! High-performance 340ci V-8! Dual-scoop hood! Dual exhaust!

What are you waiting for?

Keep reading to learn more!

Wait! There was a Demon Before the Demon?

By the early 1970s, insurance prices were through the roof, keeping many buyers out of the muscle-car market. Enter the Dodge Demon 340, which put a strong emphasis on performance, while considering the operating costs including the insurance premiums. (Source: Road and Track)

The power of the Demon 340 was the tried-and-true Dodge 340ci small-block, which first appeared on the 1968 Charger. Rated at 275 horsepower, it produced plenty of power to give the Demon 340 the muscle-car designation and its easy-to-spot styling and graphics shouted performance, even when standing still.

The Dodge Demon 340 was only produced for two years – 1971-1972. They are scarce today, so don’t be surprised if you haven’t seen one around your town in years.

Don’t miss your chance to put this super-fun 1971 Dodge Demon 340 muscle car in your garage. Enter now.

Is This the Most Loaded 1971 Dodge Demon 340 Ever Built?

This special-ordered Citron Yella 1971 Dodge Demon 340 was built at Dodge’s Los Angeles factory and delivered to Spartan Dodge in dry and sunny San Jose, California. The standard Demon 340 sport coupe package came with a 340ci four-barrel V-8 with dual-exhaust, E70x14 bias-belted tires, Rallye suspension, wood grained instrument panel, performance side stripe, rear deck panel stripe, and heavy-duty shocks.

This Demon 340 received 20 extra-cost factory options, bringing its MSRP to $3863.05:
Vinyl Bucket seats (an $89.75 extra cost.)
Moulding Group (a $7.45 extra cost.)
Torqueflight Transmission (a $214.40 extra cost.)
Suregrip Differential (a $41,70 extra cost.)
Tinted windshield (a $25.05 extra cost.)
Dual painted racing mirrors (a $25.75 extra cost.)
Pedal dress up (a $5.35 extra cost.)
Hood tie-down pins (a $15.20 extra cost.)
Hood scoops and flat-black hood (a $44.45 extra cost.)
Undercoating (a $20,80 extra cost.)
Rear spoiler (a $34.30 extra cost.)
Fender mounted turn signals (a $10.65 extra cost.)
Front and rear bumper guards (a $24.95 extra cost.)
Exhaust emission control (an $11.90 extra cost.)
AM Radio and Cassette (a $201.65 extra cost.)
Microphone tape recorder (a $10.75 extra cost.)
Power steering (a $94.75 extra cost.)
Tuff steering wheel (a $28.85 extra cost.)
Rallye road wheels (a $38.25 extra cost.)

The Johnny Lightning Story

Back in 2002. Johnny Lightning Toys released The Best of Cover Cars Diecast Models, a limited-edition model. The special “Best of” Series commemorated Johnny Lightning’s final release in the long-standing Cover Car series featuring cars from the pages of Mustang Illustrated, Super Chevy and High Performance Mopar magazines.

After spotting this 1971 Dodge Demon 340 on the cover of the July 1999 issue of High Performance Mopar, the Johnny Lightning team chose it to be the model for a diecast car in the series. A total of 10,000 models of this Demon 340 were made. We saved one of these factory-sealed collector items for the winner!

Make your Dream of Owning a Classic Mopar Dream Machine come True

Your opportunity to enter and win this classic 1971 Dodge Demon 340 muscle-car is now, but don’t wait to enter. We wouldn’t want you to miss your chance to buckle up in this time machine and drive it home. Plus, we’ll pay $5,500 for the taxes. If you’re in the Tampa Bay area, come see this Demon 340 in person. We’ll even fire it up for you.

Veterans and kids are counting on you. Enter now

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