The 1971-72 Dodge Dart Demon 340 Was Every Bit Of A Muscle Car
The Demon 340 and Plymouth Duster had a lot of
similarities since the Demon 340's outer body
shell was taken from the latter. They
had the same overall shape, but the Demon had
several distinctive features, such its tail lights and
the front clip, which it took from the regular
Dart. It must have been offered in all the traditional
Dodge colour options as well as a few
high-impact paint schemes that were optional.
The 340 had cool body side stripes out of the box, and there was also the
option to add black performance decals to the hood. Additional
options included hood pins, a rear spoiler, and twin hood scoops. But the Demon
from 0 to 60 MPH in 6.3 seconds. The 340 differed from the ordinary Demon in a few mechanical ways outside its high-output V8 engine.