1989 Dodge Dakota
Fantastic workhorse of a truck. She'll last you a long time. In above average condition. The car speaks for itself. New battery. Tires are in fantastic condition. Great, easy, smooth ride. Freezer type air conditioning. Convertible top is perfect condition. The interior is more than fabulous for a car of its age. Don't buy it if you don't want to be bothered with admirers or a lot of thumbs up. Rare car, as you probably already know, built as a convertible in only 1989, 1990 and a dozen or so in 1991. Normal little scratches here or a little ping there but still an above average car. A couple of little tears on the dash, but nothing remarkable. See last two pictures. And on the gate there are some scratches with the paint from moving things. See picture. Don't miss out! If you bid, I assume all of your questions have been answered and you're ready to buy. Will cooperate with any shipper you choose. About the car: I bought two of these truck several months ago, with the intention of keeping one and selling the other, depending on which one I liked better. I drove this for about a month and had no problems. My mind was made up to keep this one before the other one even arrived! I was excited and I knew the other one that was going to be delivered didn't have a chance. This was the one! After the other truck was delivered, I think I drove it from the shipper's drop off point to my house, about 1/4 of a mile. I let it sit because I was having way too much fun and loved this truck, the one I have listed. However, by chance, I did happen to drive the other one and there are a couple of things that I liked better on that truck, like it has huge tires and it's a standard. So I actually decided to sell this one. But this one stands on its own and it's a great truck. But for those two things, the tires and the stick, I would have kept this one. It's a great used car. I'm really surprised these collector cars are not selling for more. You're getting a bargain in a good running and -- added bonus -- fun car.