2004 Dodge Neon Custom Show Car For Sale ( Exterior Walk Around )
I am selling my 2004 dodge neon show car. Please check out my profile and look at all the other vids for mods. If you are interested please message me and I will get you all the info that you would like. I am asking 15,500 or make an offer. I will consider all offers. Thank you very much.
2003 Dodge Neon SXT Walkaround
This is my 2003 Dodge Neon SXT. It is slighty modded and still a work in progress. It is a daily driver. I will be uploading more videos with more mods. And feedback or advice would be great. Thanks!
SOLD 2003 Dodge Neon SXT 90K Miles Meticulous Motors Inc Florida For Sale
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Dodge Neon (2002) Review Driver: San Francisco 2011 Test Drive
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