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1972 Dodge (Demon) Other Numbers Matching #2973346
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/255169879531

And you thought painted door catches were bad ...

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Re: 1972 Dodge (Demon) Other Numbers Matching [Re: Bob Stinson] #2973353
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All that for ONLY $33,500? WOW. That IS a deal


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Re: 1972 Dodge (Demon) Other Numbers Matching [Re: oldjonny] #2973463
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I wonder if the original color was resale red?

Re: 1972 Dodge (Demon) Other Numbers Matching [Re: stumpy] #2973480
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Maybe the tag is under that ECU? grin That engine compartment looks pretty good to me. Not necessarily OE, but nice none the less. I wonder why they chose to not got that last step or two on the firewall components?


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Re: 1972 Dodge (Demon) Other Numbers Matching [Re: stumpy] #2973482
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Originally Posted by stumpy
I wonder if the original color was resale red?


Build sheet shows GF7--Dark Green

Re: 1972 Dodge (Demon) Other Numbers Matching [Re: 318 Stroker] #2973501
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decent driver car, id be in for half that for a driver


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Re: 1972 Dodge (Demon) Other Numbers Matching [Re: DaveRS23] #2973509
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Originally Posted by DaveRS23
Maybe the tag is under that ECU? grin That engine compartment looks pretty good to me. Not necessarily OE, but nice none the less. I wonder why they chose to not got that last step or two on the firewall components?


WAY too much money


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Re: 1972 Dodge (Demon) Other Numbers Matching [Re: oldjonny] #2973524
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Notice the gas tank straps are sideways and don’t fit in the gas tank recesses. Somethings not right.

Hard to tell, but almost looks like spare tire well bottom was replaced. I sorta see circular outline.

Whole undercarriage has fresh paint.

Re: 1972 Dodge (Demon) Other Numbers Matching [Re: autoxcuda] #2973541
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Originally Posted by autoxcuda
Notice the gas tank straps are sideways and don’t fit in the gas tank recesses. Somethings not right.

Hard to tell, but almost looks like spare tire well bottom was replaced. I sorta see circular outline.

Whole undercarriage has fresh paint.


Yeah I picked up on that because I recently put a bottom on one. Notice the holes aren't opened up either. I took extreme care getting mine back in the right place, but it really isn't that hard to do. I welded mine up on the side so it's not so obvious.


Re: 1972 Dodge (Demon) Other Numbers Matching [Re: Bob Stinson] #2973551
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Has curb appeal, but lacks detailing. A 10 footer/driver basically...

These classic car dealers are buying up vehicle inventory and moving the prices up it appears? Not long ago something like this might have been 20-25 tops online priced.

Re: 1972 Dodge (Demon) Other Numbers Matching [Re: Neil] #2973554
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Perfumed PIG for sure... tsk


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