This is a tribute video I made about the 1980's turbo Dodges. The video is also under my
StreetFire account (85CharGLHS) if you'd rather watch it there. I hope you
Circles - Joe Satriani
2010 Challenger 'Daytona"
A 2010 Dodge Challenger that has been made to look like the Dodge Charger
Dayton form the early 70's That I shot at the Detroit AutoRama 2013...very
cool car....check it out!!!...Make sure you subscribe so that you don't
miss any of the other cool cars I shot at this Show!!!
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Video note I miss spoke I should have called it a Super Bird....not Super
Bee...sorry..I got twisted
Also the car is a 2010 I said 2012.
1987 Chrysler( Dodge) Daytona Shelby Z
It's unusual to see a Daytona in a car show..but this one is really
special. It's the Canadian version of the Dodge Daytona, and is a Shelby
edition, sporting a 5 speed manual and intercooled turbo. I had a regular turbo Chrysler Laser (twin to the Daytona) back in
1985. Moreover, I had the Dodge Shadow turbo in 1987. That was during my Pentastar
CAC - 1969 Daytona and 1970 Roadrunner
Mark Mooneyhan, of Jacksonville shows us his 1969 Dodge Daytona and 1970
Plymouth Roadrunner Super Bird, cars which he thinks every car enthusiast
should yearn for. Will it be voted as the Coolest American Car?
1989 Dodge Daytona Shelby walk around
Video of my Daytona. I'm selling, 1500 is a firm price. message me or
1989 Dodge Daytona Shelby C/S Performance package
229,000 miles on body around 75k on drivetrain, painted 4 years ago by
Power steering, locks, windows, factory AC, tilt wheel, 4 wheel disc with
vented rear, drivers side airbag, 14 button NAV, power enthusiast seat,
cruise, TII turbo, 5 speed Manual,
Overhead console, Cargo cover, Delay headlamps, rear defroster, Orange with
grey and white cloth interior, hardtop.
New or replaced parts:
Digital Auto temp heater/AC control
Mopar Performance bobble strut
New front motor mount bracket
New upper rad hose
New performance rad fan
160 thermostat new gaskets
Mopar performance roller camshaft
Mopar performance head gasket and head bolts
New Garret turbo, still no shaft play,
Cone air filter, removed airbox.
New passenger motor mount
New ASD relay
New battery (last winter)
New KYB gas a just rear shocks
New window regulator tape passenger side
Poly sway bar bushings
Poly track arm bushings and reinforced track arm for better handling
Poly control arm bushings on Passenger side
Poly alternator bushings
Poly passenger side motor mount
New control arm passenger side
New passenger side axle
New (3100 miles) passenger jack shaft installed Sept '10
New power steering pressure hose
New rack and pinion (2 years old)
New oil dipstick
New heater control valve
New fuel tank, sender, and pump
New catalytic converter
2.5" turbo outlet and downpipe
Replaced all the vacuum lines in engine compartment including the line to
the Boost gauge.
New timing belt, water pump and all pulleys
Front Power stop cross drilled rotors, ceramic pads and new calipers
Rear calipers painted red
Headlamp motor covers
Rear taillamp cover
New drivers side front hub bearing assembly (comes with new spare for
New OEM clutch (2 years old, very few miles)
A555 trans Mobil 1 0W-20 oil fill
New oil pressure sender
New cap rotor wires and plugs (comes with spare set of wires)
HID converted headlamps 6000K color
Re soldered the headlamp control module for the flip up headlamps
New windshield, rearview mirror has auto dim with compass.
Overhead console (temp and compass) and NAV 14 button
Newish steering column
Leather steering wheel from Lebaron
4 wheel alignment with shims installed in rear to correct camber and toe
New reverse kit for shifter pull up ring
Chrome style interior door handles from a Jeep (new)
Kicker rear speakers, Pioneer front speakers and a Kenwood KDC-MP335 CD
player head unit.
SRT-4 wheels with the original Daytona wheel locks and key 225/45/17
Pirelli P6 front and 215/50/17 Yokohama S-drive rears
New odometer gears, I have spare gauges as well.
PDC conversion, (no fusible links), relays located in the PDC as well.
Repacked rear wheel bearings.
Semi synthetic Maxlife oil change every 3000 miles.
Stainless look defroster switch buttons.
Rear wiper and washer fluid bottle installed factory but hatch was replaced
with regular hatch.
Chrome door lock switches.
Power steering cap leaks but power steering works
Small spots of rust on rear hatch near bottom glass, smaller than a dime
Rear bolt on bumper is rusted but intact and functioning
AC was converted to 134A properly and works but I have not put the belt on
it since I replaced the engine
Rear brakes work but need rotors and the pads should be replaced with the
rotors although they have enough material
Front chin spoiler needs corners repaired, or just put a new one on and
Rear bumper has a piece broken in the center from a kid trying to stand on
it, have the piece. It was an old repair that didnt hold under this 4 year
Seam between drivers door and fender has some rust developing from a dear
that hit me but the paint chipped off.
Drivers side door was side swiped, there is some paint damage.
Car leaks oil
Needs new front drivers side tire
1985 Dodge Daytona Turbo
A video of my Daytona, there hard to find now. I had one for my first car
back in 1995 and always thought they were neat cars. 2.2L turbo, 146 hp and around 170 torque was not bad
back in 1985. I recently sold this car to a young kid I'm hoping he don't
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132743 / 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/bv4w5pz
This 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona is a clean, frame up restored trophy winner
which wraps a numbers matching drivetrain and all original sheetmetal in a
highly desirable color combination.
From its extended nose to its functional, two foot tall rear wing, this
investment grade Daytona features an exceptionally straight, all original
body that was perfected over a multi-year restoration. Once the cars panels
had been thoroughly massaged and aligned to better than factory standards,
a slick coat of correct Chrysler Bright Blue Metallic was topped with a
correct white Daytona stripe and buffed to the glass-smooth finish you see
Fully sorted and ready to both show and go, the 375 horsepower, 440 cubic inch
Magnum V8 under this Daytonas hood has been completely rebuilt to factory
specifications. At the top of the motor, a correct Carter 4-barrel
carburetor mixes air from a satin black air filter with fuel from fresh
stainless fuel lines. Below that carburetor, correct Hemi Orange paint
coats the block from intake to oil pan, and correct cast iron Exhaust manifolds make quick work of spent
gases. At the front of the motor, a correct points distributor sends fire
through reproduction Chrysler Electronic Suppression wires, and a correct
26 inch heavy duty radiator sends water through reproduction Chrysler hoses
and era correct clamps. The big RB block sits in an expertly detailed
engine bay which features both new wear items and correct accessories like
a reproduction Mopar red cap battery, a correct master cylinder, a correct
Chrysler overflow tank and a complete set of correct decals. Raise the hood
and the orange block with its chrome and stainless details looks great
against the Bright Blue Metallic engine bay. Turn the key and the car
springs to life, pulls just as hard as when it was new and sounds amazing.
Like its Magnum V8, this Chargers numbers matching A727 Torqueflite 3-speed
automatic has been completely rebuilt and works flawlessly. Power flows
from that stalwart transmission to a Chrysler 8.75 rear end which displays
correct chalk marks and rides on a rebuilt leaf spring suspension. At the
front of the car, a rebuilt torsion bar suspension benefits from correct
power steering and makes good use of a thick factory sway bar. And at the
corners of the car, red manual drum brakes assure fade-free stops while
providing an unmatched vintage feel. Despite its appearance as a
traditional body on frame muscle car, the Daytona is actually a unitary
monocoque design which aids in both stability and weight. As with the body
of the car, 'clean' is the name of the game down below; solid original
floor pans feature factory correct blue overspray, a new fuel tank and fuel
lines ensure safety and reliability, and a mandrel bent stainless Exhaust system benefits from an H-pipe cross
over and roars through two factory replacement mufflers. All of this Mopar
goodness rolls on a traditional set of great looking 14 inch Magnum 500
wheels which wear fresh F70-14 Goodyear Speedway wide tread whitewall
Inside this awesome Dodge, a correct code C6D blue vinyl interior carries
enough visual sizzle to match the cars outrageous sheet metal. According to
restoration photos, the seats were completely rebuilt and today, display no
significant signs of wear. At the top of the cabin, a new blue headliner is
tight and stain-free, and at the bottom of the cabin, new carpeting sits
under color coordinated, "Dodge" branded mats and a floor mounted fire
extinguisher. The un-cracked dash pad and excellent door panels look as
fresh as when they rolled out of a Chrysler assembly plant and feature
rebuilt gauges, a Dodge Solid State AM radio, new emblems and new handles.
Between the seats, a correct console wears functional courtesy lights,
vibrant wood applique and a new chrome shifter. And in front of the driver,
a traditional blue steering wheel holds a silver horn bar behind a classic
Dodge fratzog emblem.
With a smooth, numbers matching powertrain, all original sheet metal and
enough visual flash to stand out in a mirror factory, this awesome Mopar is
about as close to the ultimate muscle car as you can get! Call, click or
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