Auction Block: Final Dodge Demon & Viper

Apr 16, 2018

Category: Rides

In 2017, Dodge’s final Viper supercar rolled off the production line. And, not that long ago, the absolutely insane drag-race focused limited run of Demon muscle cars also ceased production. Now, the last two examples of those monstrous cars ever built are headed to auction together, courtesy of Barrett-Jackson.

Just so we’re perfectly clear on what a stellar combo these cars make, their combined horsepower is rated at a whopping 1,485 (645 for the Viper and 840 for the Demon). They’re also both done up in Viper red, feature exclusive badging, and come with everything from VIN documentation to one-of-a-kind memorabilia. Better still, all of the proceeds are going to benefit United Way. Our favorite part of this sale, however, is that – as if the two insane cars aren’t enough – the sale also includes a Demon crate engine (perfect for your next project car). There’s no telling how much this legendary combo will go for when the hammer drops, but we expect it will be in the millions, easy.

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