Sold through Chicago's legendary Grand Spaulding Dodge, this national award winning GSS is believed to be the only 1971 Demon optioned with blue, black and plaid aesthetics. The car is also a true H-code A-Body that retains an original 340/3-speed drivetrain. And, it's fully documented, from its original broadcast sheet and dealership paperwork all the way to a binder of restoration photos that were snapped during its 2004 restoration. Much cleaner than when it originally rolled out of Grand Spaulding's legendary showroom, this surly Dodge has been transformed into a take-no-prisoners show stopper that, according to its seller, claimed First Place A-Body at the 2004 All-Chrysler Nationals. You won't be staying under the radar with the car's slick Bright Blue Metallic 2-stage, which, along with a correct hood and correct MoPar war paint, highlights all-original sheetmetal. Those visuals are detailed by new bumpers, polished trim, a correct roof and colorful callouts. And overall, this fully sorted Demon is a virtually flawless representation of timeless Detroit muscle. Check the glossy engine bay and you'll find an original LA V8 that hangs a familiar 2780930 casting number opposite a September 23rd, 1970 casting date and matching partial VIN. Behind that mill, an original Borg Warner T85 3-speed, authenticated by a matching partial VIN, twists a proven 8.75-inch rear end that's fitted with correct 3.91 gears. That smooth drivetrain feeds a heavy duty front torsion bar and rear leaf suspension that's shackled to factory manual steering. And at the corners of the floors, correct Rallye wheels and correct E70-14 Goodyear Custom Wide Treads front correct, heavy duty drums. Whether you're a diehard MoPar fan, or just a muscle car novice looking for an affordable way to crack the hobby, this unique Demon is a great choice. If you're ready to put a Demon in your lair, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com!