1994 Dodge Dakota Sport
Here is a rare 1994 Dodge Dakota V-8 Sport with only 124,367 miles. The 318 cu in (5.2L) fuel injected V-8 Magnum engine develops 230 Hp with 280 ft lbs of torque – plenty for towing, hauling, or normal driving without that annoying downshifting at every overpass. The engine is coupled to a four speed 46RH automatic transmission that is stout enough to tow 5,500 pounds (the truck has a 2” frame mounted receiver hitch). This is a well cared for hot rod with Magnaflow rumbling dual exhaust, rear wheel drive, and less than 5,000 miles on a set of LT235/75R15/6 General Grabber AT/2 OWL (104/101/S) tires. It has your average dents, chips, fades, scratches, and dings that you’d expect from a 23 year old truck – but its far from retirement. It still has it’s original carpet and WalMart rubber floor mats. The driver’s seat has the usual Dakota cracks, and the guy who owned it before I got it must have been a smoker cuz there are a few burns in the driver’s seat and driver’s carpet. The truck’s frame and underside was treated with the Ospho chemical that fishing boats use to stop rust. There is only one fender rust hole (behind the right front tire) – not at all like the rust buckets we see running around with “enlarged” wheel wells. The truck bed is solid. The heater keeps everybody warm, and the air conditioner blows ice cold. It has cruise control, tilt steering wheel, power brakes, power steering, power doors, power windows, and four cup holders. It has a Pioneer DEH-X-16UB AM/FM/CD with AUX/USB inputs coupled to front Pioneer 5.25” and rear Pioneer 5”x7” speakers. A Bulldog remote start system was installed (remote start, door lock/unlock) but the control module quit working (the wiring, wiring diagrams, instructions, and control keyfobs come with the truck if you want to get it working again). You’ll also get an authentic 1994 Dodge Dakota Factory Service Manual and a few extra new parts. VIN is 1B7GL23Y4RW149430. Kelly Blue Book says the “Private Party” value is between $2568 and $3164 for this Dakota, as equipped, in “good” condition. NADA Guide says it would retail at a dealer for $3955 to $5630. You’ll receive this Dakota, a clean title, a notorized bill of sale, and a completed Nebraska transfer form. I’ll accept cash or a bank teller’s check in person when we do the paperwork together. Or I’ll put it on a trailer and bring it to you for $1 per MapQuest mile from my zip code to yours, then we can do the paperwork together. I’m skittish about giving it to a shipper without first receiving cleared payment (I’ve heard too many horror stories about scams), so we would have to discuss anything involving shipping. Message me if you have any questions or want to discuss how to get this to you. Thanks for looking.