51,216 Miles Flame Red Exterior 4 Cylinder Turbo, 146hp A/C All
Power Turbocharged Rear Sun Visors The Original Owner Purchased
This Car New In 1987 From Zartman Dodge, Lititz, Pa. It Began Life
As A Daily Drive But After A Few Years It Was Limited To Weekend
Duty. Now This Low-mileage Shelby Is Used Only For Recreational
Purposes, Such As Car Shows. It Was On An Exhibit As Last Year's
Chrysler Nationals At Carlisle Events. This Car Was Loaned To The
Aaca Hershey Museum's Shelby Display In 2015. The Dodge Daytona Was
A Front-wheel Drive Car Built From 1984 To 1993. Its Name Was
Revived From The Company's Late 1960s Muscle Car, Which Itself Was
Based On The Famous 500 Mile Nascar Race Held In Daytona Beach, Fl.
Right From The Start The Daytona Was Offered As A Performance
Machine Available In Three Different Levels - Standard, Turbo And
Turbo Z. In 1987 The Car Was Restyled And The Shelby Z Was Added To
The Lineup As Was Done Earlier With The Mustang, Shelby Took
Existing Cars And Modified Them For Increased Performance. The
Turbo Z Received Numerous Suspension Upgrades Including A Larger
Front Sway Bar And Rear Disc Brakes. The Shelby Version Was
Approximately $3,000 More Then The Base Dayton And 7,152 Were
Built. Shelby Continued His Relationship With Dodge Producing
Daytonas Through 1993.
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