Low miles and a lower-than-stock weight make this one of the most desirable Demons around.
When Dodge unveiled the Challenger SRT Super Stock earlier this year, its maximum output of 807 horsepower may have disappointed some, only because the limited-run 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon made 840 horses. But this was intentional and Dodge has gone to great lengths to preserve the mystique around the Demon.
Unfortunately, with just 3,300 Demons built that year, getting hold of the ultimate Challenger isn't easy - and it definitely isn't cheap. That's why the latest Bring A Trailer listing of a 2018, 200-mile Dodge Challenger Demon will make enthusiasts salivate.
There is a catch, though - this particular Demon isn't 100 percent stock, having been built by SpeedKore Performance Group with a carbon fiber body. That might not be what all brand loyalists want, but with a weight-saving of 200 pounds due to the replacement of the factory Demon's steel panels, it's likely even quicker.
Besides the weight saving, the exotic visual appeal of swathes of carbon fiber blending with the Challenger's old-school, aggressive lines can't be understated. Other than the unique body, it's standard Challenger SRT Demon fare.
This carbon fiber dragster served as a development vehicle, in part to demonstrate SpeedKore's pre-impregnated carbon fiber development expertise. It's one of just five like it, so the exclusivity factor is guaranteed. Its body looks fantastic, though, and all the finishes look meticulously done.
In case you doubted SpeedKore's know-how, it has an impressive list of past projects, such as a classic Shelby Mustang GT500CR with its own carbon fiber body. The Wisconsin-based company also came up with its own carbon aero kit for the 2020 Corvette C8.
Along with its lighter body, this Demon has black 18-inch wheels wrapped in drag radials. Inside, black leather seats with Alcantara inserts appear pretty much unblemished. With its ultra-low mileage, it's little surprise that there are zero reports of any kind of damage and, apparently, the factory warranty has yet to be activated.
We don't have to tell you much about that 6.2-liter supercharged HEMI engine - the stock model could clear the quarter-mile in under 10 seconds. With the current bid at $50,000 and ending in just under a week, we don't expect this special Challenger to stay at that amount. If you're interested, put in your bid now and pray for a stroke of luck to come your way.