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Would you pay more for this Demon?

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I'm not all about the Demon hype, but just saw this Demon for sale in person at Rochester Hills CDJR (Michigan).
I thought the fact that WHO ordered it was kind of special, & it's #0004.
It was his personal car.

The sales guy didn't know if it had the crate or not though, and I didn't get the mileage either.
He didn't have a number/price either for it.

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As the Demon has gone the way of the Dodo I don't think it matters much who owned it or what the production number is (if it isn't the first or the last it doesn't matter). If a well know celebrity owned it then that would add value regardless. From strictly the model and trim package it's a premium for a pretty basic Demon, Seems to have been built for the track and not a daily with no passenger or back seat so I'm not sure what you mean by it's his personal car.

I'd look at Demon's like Cuda's; the less mileage, more OE parts, condition is excellent, then I expect the car to only increase in value. I don't think anyone is going to sell theirs for less than sticker unless it's in poor condition or they need to sell it. Most Demon owners probably won't fall in the 'need to sell it' category. Put it on blocks and in 40 years it's a million dollar car, even with light driving and well maintained I expect it to go up in value over the next 10 years as almost all production cars are going electric. The Demon is a collector's car from the start and when the stopped production it only added value.
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I disagree that in 40 yrs an original no or low mileage Demon is a million dollar car. There are over 3000 of them. Million dollar cars need to be much rarer than that. EV prevalence or not I dont think it’ll hit a million. They havent increased so far but I do think as the numbers dwindle a bit they’ll go up but not to that level.
Inflation, In 1960 minimum wage $1 hr,1985 minimum wage $3.85 hr, 2009 min wage $7.25, at this rate minimum wage will be over $30 an hour by 2060 and a new $50k car will be an economy car. Although these cars will probably be better maintained than the muscle cars of the 70's were there may be more available in better condition. I don't remember how many 71' Hemi Cuda's were made but there were not that many. Still think in 40 years a million wouldn't be surprising.
Okay I'll bet one Hunert dollas that in 2060 a 2018 Demon w/ less than 5K miles, all OEM parts, no known mechanical defects or exterior defects goes for $1,000,000. I'll see you on October 21st, 2061. Please have your pocket change ready for payment.
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