1971 Dodge Dart Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
The Dodge Demon was added to the lineup in 1971. Dodge gained a version of Plymouth's popular fastback Duster and was to be named the Beaver, but when Chrysler's marketing department learned that "beaver" was CB slang for… well you know what. The vehicle was renamed the "Dart Demon". It sat atop a 108 inch wheelbase which was shorter than the other Darts. The optional Demon 340 package was fitted with Chrysler's 340 small-block engine that produced an astonishing 275 horsepower. Also standard was a three-speed fully synchronized floor shifter, sport suspension, dual exhausts, and Rallye instrument cluster. On the exterior of the vehicle sat controversial cartoon devil decals. The Demon logo's proved to be too much for certain religious groups and pressured Dodge to remove it from the vehicles. In 1973, the decals were removed and the name was changed to the Dodge Dart Sport.