1971 DODGE DEMON 340 GSS 2 DOOR COUPE - 157429 Sold* at Las Vegas 2013 - Lot #413 1971 DODGE DEMON 340 GSS 2 DOOR COUPE //cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/157429/157429_Front_3-4_Web.JPG
Lot #413


Auction Las Vegas 2013
Status Sold
Lot 413
Year 1971
Model DEMON 340 GSS
*Includes Buyer Commission
VIN LM29H1B429429
Exterior Color PLUM CRAZY
Interior Color BLACK
Cylinders 8
Engine Size 340 SIX PACK
Transmission AUTOMATIC

Lot #413 - Built by Mr. Norm at the world famous Grand-Spaulding Dodge. This was the last 1971 GSS (Grand Spaulding Special). Matching numbers 340 built with a Six Pack. Paperwork included with car, absolutely stunning car and extremely rare, Bill of Sale, original dealer invoice, Fender Tag, original dealer paperwork jacket from Grand-Spaulding Dodge all included, car is stunning. This was the last 1971 Demon 340 GSS Six Pack built and has a very interesting history. March 15, 1972 this 1971 Dodge Demon 340 comes back in as a new car trade with approximately 5,200 miles and was put on the used car line and offered for sale, on March 19, 1972 in walks a man and tells Mr. Norm he wants to buy that car and have a GSS conversion done which includes a Six Pack, 4.10 gears, dyno tuning and other options and he also wanted it converted from a bench seat to factory bucket seats with factory console. Norm Kraus (Mr. Norm) tells Mr. Koening "the package we offer now on a GSS car uses a Paxton supercharger, no more Six Pack conversions, that was for the 1971 cars and were not doing them anymore." The buyer was very persistent about having it as a Six Pack car and being a 1971 it was the last year for the FC7 Plum Crazy color and it was not offered in 1972. He explained to Mr. Norm he was searching all over for a Plum Crazy Purple Demon 340 with no luck until now. Mr. Norm decided to build him the car he wanted because of that. That's how this car came to be, the last 1971 GSS car built, very few FC-7 Plum Crazy Demons ever built by MR. Norms for 1971, exact numbers are unknown. Included with car are the following original documents, Grand Spaulding Bill of Sale, Grand-Spaulding retail order form original dealer invoice, Grand-Spaulding deposit slip, original dealer inventory card, original dealer service jacket, original owner's books and envelope, original Fender Tag, original 340 matching numbers engine is in the car. Car is a cool piece of MOPAR history with documentation to back it up. ** Title as a 1971 Dodge Dart.**