The Belgian Pipe company was founded by Alfred and Victor Goldschmidt in 1898, with production of Panhard type automobiles appearing from 1900. Within a couple of years, the brothers were aimed their business at the sporting car market and began to announce a series of technically innovative cars. First came the introduction of the Jenatzy electric clutch system, then a hemispherical overhead valve engine penned by ex-Mercedes designer Otto Pfänder, leading to a second place in the 1907 Kaiserpreis.
As they progressed through the first decade of the 20th Century the business grew well, but they were unable to recover from the loss of Pfänder in 1907, and destruction of their factory during World War One.
As all you Mopar guys, and lot of car guys know, the 71-72 Demon was the same Duster/Dart with different tail lights, and they are very distinctive vertical stamped in slots in the tail panel. Spotted simply even at a distance, as once you've recognized the body shape, it's going to have one of 3 tail light shapes
Anyway, I got a laugh from seeing this Demon in the junkyard in this scene, and figuring out that the people making this show happen had got a laugh from sneaking in a demon into season 4