The Dodge Demon debuted in 1971 in response to the successful launch of the Plymouth Duster. The 2-door fastback had a 108-inch wheelbase, and was available in 2 trim styles, including the base model and the performance-minded Dodge Demon 340 powered by a 340 small block V8 rated at 275hp with an optional blacked-out hood with dual scoops, and rear spoiler. A 4-speed manual transmission rounded out the options for the Dodge Demon 340. The true connoisseurs of Demon performance bought a Dodge Demon GSS (Grand Spaulding Special) from the famous Mr. Norm’s Grand Spaulding Dodge in Chicago. Norm Krause’s dealership became THE source for Mopar muscle, eventually becoming the world’s largest-volume Dodge dealership. He tailor-built, and dyno-tuned high-performance Mopar muscle on-site that customers could buy directly off the lot.
For the first time, Auto World has replicated this 1971 Dodge Demon GSS with the proper Tri-power setup and correct Mr. Norm’s badging! It’s a welcome addition to the Auto World lineup.
- 1:18 scale die-cast replica
- Plum Crazy
- Detailed Engine
- Steerable Front Wheels
- Accurate Interior and Chassis
- Opening Doors, Hood and Trunk