1986 Dodge Daytona Turbo

Price: - Item location: Ballwin, Missouri, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Daytona
  • Trim: Base
  • Year: 1986
  • Mileage: 60,700
  • VIN: 1b3ba44e2gg238132
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 2.2lTurbo
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1986 Dodge Daytona Base

1986 Dodge Daytona Turbo
I am putting my baby up for sale. The car sits too much, and it deserves to be driven more. I am the third owner. The man I bought it from purchased it with 59,077 miles in 2004. He sold it to me with 59,900 miles. It now has just under 61,000 miles. The car was originally sold at Earnhardt Dodge in Scottsdale Arizona. It lived its whole life there. As you know, the majority of these cars were built at the Chrysler Plant in St. Louis Mo. That is where it currently sits. It is all original and unmolested except for brand new tires, plugs, and ALL fluids changed in 2018. It also passed inspection about a month ago. In 2004 when he purchased it, a new timing belt, fuel injectors, battery, and various parts that had "lot rot" were replaced. When I purchased it, the Arizona sun had weathered the paint slightly. I had it professionally cut and buffed. The paint is bright and looks good. There are a few small chips around the car, and the front plastic bumper and the plastic side spoilers are faded. I did not repaint them, as it adds to the charm, and the originality of the car. The plastic is always slightly faded on original 80s cars. The original undercoating is in tact, and there is no rust. It looks superb. Arizona weather is the best for cars, because there is no water or salt to cause rust. It does dry rot hoses and weatherstripping, but all of this was replaced with OEM parts from Arizona Parts. They specialize in OEM Mopar Parts. The tires I went with are the original 195/70/14 size, and they are Cooper CS-3. Ride excellent. I also had the A/C converted to R-134, and recharged. It blows ice cold. The interior is mint. It has had a dash pad and seat covers on it all life. The car is amazing. It isn't perfect, but most of these Daytonas are in junkyards. I get compliments at car shows all the time. It brings people back to their high school days. I have the original owners manual, sales brochure, and window sticker. I always run 93 octane gas and Mobile One synthetic oil in it. Keep in mind it's a 32-year-old car and it may need some things in the future but it runs and drives perfect as it sits you can fly in from anywhere and drive this car back home. All of the dash lights and gauges work. The turbo spools up nicely, and there are absolutely NO leaks or smoke from the car. I hate to see the car go, but I feel that cars need to be driven, and in this stage of my life, I do not need a collector car. You will be one of the few in the world that have a running and driving Daytona. Thank you for your time reading the long and extensive listing, I just want to be as honest and possible, and express how nice and rare this car is.