Goldberg was joined on stage by Ralph Gilles, who used to be president and CEO of Chrysler's SRT brand, and Mark Trostle, who is now vice president of Ram and Mopar Design.

Help him out and give a quick outline of how the cars have changed over time. The closing offer for both cars is

$410,000, which is a little more than the total prices of other Demons and Demon 170s at the auction. As always, Goldberg puts on a show for the crowd.

bids are coming in slowly, which is a shame. Even though he didn't make as much money as he had planned,

Goldberg says that after buying the cars at

MSRP, he still made four times as much money. More than the money, he is thankful for the help he got from his friends, family, and the leaders of Mopar.