1987 Dodge Daytona Shelby Z Cruise
I never seemed to have the opportunity to really give her gas in this. I
never got above about 60% throttle, and didn't get close to the red line.
Too much traffic. You can clearly hear the Blow off valve. Which, other
than a muffler, is the only mod. on this car.
I hope you enjoy the cruise. I had to edit out parts because I didn't want
to show other peoples tags on here. A while back when I posted the B.O.V.
someone asked me to post a video when she was driving again. So here you
I had an accident back in October. I spun out,(wet road, animal in the
road) and went into a ditch. It didn't hurt the body, but it messed up the
K member (broken in three places). I drove it home without knowing this
after the tow truck pulled me out. Any way, after a friend welded, and
reinforced the K member she's back on the road.
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
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
1984 Dodge Daytona Turbo Z MaroonSlvr NSmyr052212
This car looks very familiar...very similar to the '85 Chrysler Laser turbo that I had! I think the top brass at
Chrysler were determined to turn the K-car into a sporty little
machine..and this was a good attempt. The interior was made of quality
materials...I had trouble with the linkage of the manual transmission.
Muscle Car Of The Week Video #42: 1969 Dodge Daytona
This '69 Charger Daytona in the Brothers Collection is one of 502 built,
and 1 of 294 with the 440 engine. With its aerodynamic nose piece and
towering rear wing, this is definitely the most outlandish design from the
muscle car era. But those features weren't added to shock and sell, they
were shaped to be kings of the Nascar Super Speedways. In this episode of
Muscle Car Of The Week, we'll tell you all about it
Shelby Dodge Tribute
This is a short video dedicated to the forgotten Shelby cars and their turbocharged Mopar siblings.
The photos were taken by me at the annual SDAC convention, that was held in
Chicagoland this year.
For more information on these 80's pocket rockets head over to www.turbo-mopar.com
Note: The beginning dialogue is Shelby talking about a Supercharged
Charger; I couldn't seem to find some useable audio that pertained to the
use of the turbochargers in the numbered
cars that followed... But it still has its merits.
Thanks for watching!