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Dealer’s Demon charity auction

by Robert S. Miller on

Bill Marsh, a Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram dealership in Traverse City, Michigan, is auctioning off the right to buy a Dodge Demon.  They aren’t auctioning the car itself — but the right to buy it.

According to local news site 9 and 10 News, the buyer may still get a good deal on the $89,000 car, with the price set at $1 below list.

The 840-horsepower car, part of a limited single-year run, is already at the dealership; painted white, it’s sitting in the showroom, with a huge red bow in the engine bay.

Proceeds will be split among four local charities: the Father Fred Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Toys for Tots, and the Tarrant County Patriots league.

Robert Miller is a long-time Allpar contributor, Mopar enthusiast, and automotive photographer.

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