A Dodge Challenger SRT Demon modified by Speedkore with an all-carbon fiber body is currently up for sale from Texas dealer BJ Motors on DuPont Registry.
Speedkore unveiled its carbon-clad Demon at the SEMA Show in 2018 and ended up building four examples. This particular one is the last of those four and has only ever been driven 6 miles (9.6 km).
Under the hood, the Dodge Demon’s 6.2-liter V8 has been left stock, but then again it isn’t exactly underpowered. When running on racing fuel, the V8 unit sends a whopping 840 horsepower and 770 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels. No other muscle car has created so much output from the factory. Yet it appears this particular example was never enjoyed like it’s supposed to be.
According to the listing on duPont Registry, the addition of carbon fiber body panels helps save 200 pounds from the curb weight. The carbon is finished in a clear coat and matches up nicely with the black leather and Alcantara used in the cabin.
The car also features a beefed-up torque converter, a carbon fiber driveshaft, a rear differential brace to bolster the rear end, and a 10-point roll cage to protect the driver at the ridiculous speeds it can achieve.
BJ Motors is asking $169,995 for the car, roughly double the car’s original $86,000 price tag. but considering this car’s rarity, carbon fiber body, and low mileage, $169,995 seems like a fair asking price.