Out of the 5669 Daytona ES models that year, 1489 had T-Tops, and 539 had leather.
Sorry - Didn't know that was here. I thought he was looking for the actual data and accessory reports, which came right from Chrysler, those are there. Looks like you have the same data, just not the PDFs of the Chrysler reports.Hmmm, what you got to go to the other site for?? :brows:...Check out my ongoing contribution to Turbododge.com:
Production Figures Database:wink:
Agreed ^^ and yellonoma didn't try to talk me out of it :tsktsk-tisk:
That car looks great! My car really needs some work, I have a 568 and a clean motor with a few thousand original miles on it. So I need to get that motor put in, out of the Lebaron. Then the seats need recovered, new paint job, and new pipe run for the exhaust. My garage has six cars in it, and three motor cycles so I can't really work on it now :bang head But as soon as spring comes we will get the Lebaron and Daytona motors swapped and then I will take some pictures. It's pretty embarrassing right now! I actually picked up the car from Richmond Virginia, but it might be your car! :thumb:I started a Silver 89 Daytona thread years ago when I found out how rare they were. My car doesnt have leather and was auto. I bumped the thread yesterday.