Dodge Demon

The Dodge Demon coupé model was based on the Dodge Dart, which was only manufactured under that name in 1971, and in Switzerland only in 1972.

Dodge Demon

Dodge Demon

Two-door coupé models of the Dodge Dart already existed in the 1960s and were named “Swinger” and in Switzerland “HT”. The Chrysler Motor Corporation then decided that Dodge could use the bodywork of the Chrysler Duster, which resulted in the Dodge Demon in 1971. A total of 96 vehicles of the 1972 model were manufactured in Schinznach-Bad until the end of assembly. The Dodge Demon was renamed the Dodge Sport in 1973.

Although the Dodge Dart Swinger (or “HT” in Switzerland) was a Dart with two instead of four doors, the Demon effectively had the bodywork of a coupé.

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