Last-built Dodge Viper and SRT Demon going under the hammer as a pair

These last Mohicans are looking for a proud owner

The power tally of the duo is a cool 1,485 horsepower (840 for the Demon, 645 for the Viper) but grunt aside, you or your rich friends could be buying two American icons - an established one and a soon-to-become one.

Barrett-Jackson is auctioning the final units of the 2017 Dodge Viper and 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon during an event held in Uncasville, Connecticut on June 20-23.

As you might know, Dodge Demon production is limited to 3,000 US-bound units and another 300 allocated to Canada. The last-assembled Demon comes with Alcantara seats, a custom Demon car  cover, the Demon Authentication Pack and the Demon Crate.

As for the Viper, its production ceased in the fall of 2017 after the Conner Avenue Assembly plant in Detroit shut down permanently. The V10-powered machine in question adopts a style that bows in front of the first-generation Dodge Viper RT/10. Additional goodies are represented by carbon fiber accents on the outside and Alcantara seats inside the cabin.

READ MORE: Here’s what it’s like to drive a 1994 Dodge Viper RT/10

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