1987 Dodge 600 Standard 2.5L 4 cylinder from North America
Worth every penny..
Had to recharge the air-conditioner. Everything else is perfect on this car.
My '87 Dodge 600 is in absolute mint condition. It has only has 63,000 original miles, and was owned by 1 person before me. The car was owned by a 94 year old man who recently passed away. The car was taken meticulous care of and garaged kept. It is not the fastest car I've owned, but at least it has the bigger, fuel injected 2.5 liter 4, so it does have a little pep. I'm looking around now to see if I can find another one of these cars in a junk yard, with the turbocharged engine, so I can steal the turbo and manifold off of it and bolt on to my engine. hehehehe...
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 16th June, 2004
25th Apr 2005, 21:32
If you're gonna go turbo, you'll have to swap the Turbo engine into your car, the whole thing. There are a few reasons why. The turbo motor is Multi Point Injection, whereas the 2.5L is a throttle body design. They have different computers. And more importantly, the internals of the engine (and transmission, 3 speed right?) are beefier in the turbo. Use the normal ones, and they'll burn out in about a month.
Good luck finding a good donor car though!