Brand-New Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Has Done Just 3 Miles

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You won't find one less used than this.

The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is already an icon, but because it was only produced for one year as a limited-edition model, you can't buy one new anymore. Dodge won't even let you buy parts for a Demon unless you can prove that you own one, so it's no wonder that these cars have been listed for as much as a new Ferrari. The fewer miles there are on the clock, the more a car is worth, and although we've seen some seriously low-mileage examples go up for sale, the one you see here may just be the "newest" Demon you can still buy.

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Listed by Mecum Auctions, this 2018 Challenger SRT Demon has just three miles on its 6.2-liter supercharged HEMI V8. It bears serial number 67 and features the trunk carpet kit option, a premium sound system, the vehicle storage package, rear seats, and a custom car cover. Real fans of the car will also be chuffed to learn that the Demon crate is included and is unopened, while those who want a truly new Demon will be happy to know that the car hasn't been dealer prepped and still carries the protection tape on the front splitter along with other stickers and tags that the car left the factory with.

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So what's this rare piece of American muscle going to cost you? Well, we don't know. The car is listed with no reserve and is scheduled to cross the lot at Mecum's Houston auction happening from April 8th to April 10th. If we had to guess, it's almost guaranteed that this example will sell for six figures, and with such low mileage, it may even command a selling price near the $200K mark. Hopefully, the new owner - whoever that may end up being - actually uses the car. After all, it wasn't developed to safely produce 840 horsepower just so it could appreciate in somebody's garage.

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