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I have a 1986 Dodge Daytona turbo z for sale, in USA - Washington.

Mileage: 150000 miles
Engine Size: 2.5


Asking price is $$3200 obo


Seller Information: Chris Groves
Phone: (509) 638-9402
Email: [email protected]


can be seen on cl:
http://spokane.craigslist.org/cto/2979615180.html

1986 Dodge Daytona T-Top Turbo Z for sale $3200 obo
This car has been a project of mine for the last few years. It features some extensive work that has been done to it. I love the car for what it is and its very rare with the t-tops (awesome in the summer) I just rather have a RWD car and truthfully I have lost interest.

List of work/mods done:
2.5 engine bored 20 over with JE forged pistons, ARP rod bolts and main studs, motor built professionally and has paperwork.
Mopar performance head-gasket, ARP head bolts.
Custom Boost Button flashable SMEC ECU with custom calibration, and harness.
Spearco FMIC with 2.5 inch piping, ebay BOV (hey it works)
+40% larger injectors.
2.5 inch DP and exhaust.
3Bar MAP.
MSD Digital 6 controller, Magnecor 8mm plug wires.
Oil catch can with custom PCV system, vacuum block, specter air filter.
High boost(17psi)/low boost(10psi) switch.
Fresh 520 5 speed with Turbos Unleashed 6 puck stage 3 clutch and new axles.
New 87 Shelby Daytona quick ratio steering rack.
Dual core aluminum radiator with Turbos Unleashed O-ringed thermostat housing and 180* stat.
Strut tower bar.
Grant GT steering wheel, Faze air/fuel gauge, blue led gauge lights.

What it needs:
PAINT!
Some tlc on the interior.
Outer tie rod ends, lower control arm bushings, struts.

Its fast and fun and will surprise people. Over $5000 invested, the engine alone cost the asking price.
Call 509-638-9402 or email
Thanks for looking
 

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I'm assuming you are in WA state? I know this might be asking a lot but I have to think about shipping costs too so please dont flame me for the low offer but would you be willing to take $2k? Thanks for any considerations.
 

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I can't do that, sorry. I just turned down a higher offer here in town (after I put a whoopin on his mitisu haha) so it just wouldn't make sense for me. Thanks for the interest though and good luck with your search.
 
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