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1986 Dodge Daytona Turbo Z - Reduced Price $800 OBO

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Status: Clean Title

I have a 1986 Dodge Daytona Turbo Z for sale, in Ontario - Region A.

Mileage: *77936 miles
VIN: 1B3BA64E8GG250572
Engine Size: 2.2


Asking price is Reduced to $800 obo



Selling this recently acquired project car, Bought with the hopes driving it while doing a slow restoration (I.E. low funds).

When purchased it was a non runner ("Ran when parked"), I freed up the motor put it back together, replaced the fuel pump (previous owner removed the valve cover and some other odds and ends) and it started right up, but sadly it is making some bad noises. I haven't diagnosed the noise, but internal engine issues aren't my thing, so I want to move on. There is a post related to my getting it running.

I don't have a lot of money into it, and I know these cars don't have a lot of value so I'm not expecting much so MAKE A OFFER, I might surprise you.

I can help load it on a carrier , but can't deliver it myself. It is a running vehicle, but I don't think it is in a state where it could be driven further than the end of my driveway due to the engine noise and brakes. 5 speed goes into gear, I've used 1st and reverse only, but i assume the rest are good to, front drivers side wheel bearing is shot, brakes work but don't release easily (The front flexible brake lines need to be replaced).

I am also willing to consider a trade for a good running turbo Dodge, condition doesn't have to be great but needs to be salvageable.

I would like to sell complete, it is a very desirable combination for a Daytona (86, Black on Black, C/S, manual, and only missing the T-Tops), but if I don't get any takers I will re-post for parts at a later date.

Details:
Mileage says 77936, but there is an asterisk *, so the gage was replaced at some point in it's life.
Black Gold paint scheme
Black Leather interior (driver seat has wear spot on upper portion)
5 speed manual
2.2 liter turbo (all parts are there)
loaded electronics, including digital cluster ( works fine so far as I can tell)
power windows
Factory Sunroof
Rear window Louvers
225 50 VR 15's rubber is holding air on three corners one slow leak, but all tires cracking a bit.
All AC components are in a box in the back.

Interior: appears complete, headliner is a mess, also see signs of mice, not terrible but evident, needs major cleaning, and the front leather seats need some softening, driver seat has a spot worn through.

Condition of the body:
Floor boards are solid good except the passenger side (see pictures)
Rockers are great
Small rust spot on the tailgate hatch
Paint is rough
Rear passenger corner has been in a accident, I think it can be pulled out, but it's not minor as you can see in the pictures, the quarter panel is distorted.
Both Tail-lamps are cracked

Bonus:
I have lots of extra Parts in the back that come along for the ride, including but not limited to : 89 t-II intake, several throttle bodies, 89 Valve cover (one piece gasket), a turbo, Spark intercooler, and lots of other odds and ends.

Car i located in Western MI, Area Code 49425

Lots more pictures @ https://www.allpar.com/forums/threads/1986-daytona-turbo-z-c-s-black-gold-for-sale.180417/#post-1085007389
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@90ESDaytona You should just buy it whole, it'll probably run you the same price and you can have your way with it and recoop your cost by selling off the rest, I just don't have the time, my loss is everyone else's gain...
 

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If I remember, the asterisk appears after the car odometer passes 100,000 miles, at least on a digital dash. Also, once it passes 200,000 the odometer goes back to zero. Once again, this was a digital dash. This really pissed me off as I wore those miles like a badge of honor and could not prove my claims of passing those milestones at that time. It was a good thing I kept a log book, LOL. The car went over 305,000 miles being thrashed all the way and was still running quite well when I sold it! A damn fine vehicle these cars are.
 

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If I remember, the asterisk appears after the car odometer passes 100,000 miles, at least on a digital dash. Also, once it passes 200,000 the odometer goes back to zero. Once again, this was a digital dash. This really pissed me off as I wore those miles like a badge of honor and could not prove my claims of passing those milestones at that time. It was a good thing I kept a log book, LOL. The car went over 305,000 miles being thrashed all the way and was still running quite well when I sold it! A damn fine vehicle these cars are.
This dash goes to six digits, so I don’t think it’s a matter of flipping to zero, besides that the condition of most of the car Indicated lower mileage for its age.
 

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A friend of mine's Dad bought one of these(Black and gold as well) brand new on green sheet when he was also building them at the Fenton Plant here in St. Louis. I love the look. It's a shame about the distance.
 

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If I remember, the asterisk appears after the car odometer passes 100,000 miles, at least on a digital dash. Also, once it passes 200,000 the odometer goes back to zero. Once again, this was a digital dash. This really pissed me off as I wore those miles like a badge of honor and could not prove my claims of passing those milestones at that time. It was a good thing I kept a log book, LOL. The car went over 305,000 miles being thrashed all the way and was still running quite well when I sold it! A damn fine vehicle these cars are.
The asterisk besides a digital cluster ODO reading was to denote the gauge assembly had been replaced at some point in time. It was against the law to modify ODO readings to reflect actual mileage, so the asterisk was placed besides the cluster, and a mileage stamp/documentation was supposed to be placed in the driver door jamb.
 

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I bought my 86 Turbo Z well used with approx. 83,000 miles on it. There was no asterisk. I think I might be incorrect about the asterisk appearing after 100,000 miles. It's been over 10 years since. However, it definitely did appear without any replacement when it passed 199,999 and went to all zeros! I contacted Chrysler to bitch about the inability to keep on counting after 200,000 miles. It was the second Dodge I owned that passed the 300,000 mile mark and because my first was a 65 Dart, I think they only had 5 digits and a one to show tenths of a mile. It just rolled back to zero when it exceeded 99,999. Later and before digital gauges were available, I recall some cars would have an ink stain that deposited on the numbers after 100,000 miles. I have always been a Mopar affectionado, never owned anything but and never will. I was on the Chrysler Advisory Board when they were restructuring years back. I am sorry to almost hijack this thread just to add a little info. I would like to buy this car myself but I still suffer from a life time (light wallet)! :grin2:
 

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Car is still available, a couple missed opportunities for a couple buyers, but their circumstances have put the sales on hold, reach out if you are interested.
 
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