I just found a 89 Raider with little under 140k miles on it. It's got a V6, not sure on liter sizes, but it's manual 5 speed, and I am gonna pay $1200. I have seen all but positive reviews, just wondering if I got a good deal on it? Body is in good shape, interior isn't bad.
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I am about to buy a 1988 Dodge Raider with 120k miles, the body is really perfect, it has a 2 years old fresh paint, it has a manual transmission and the only problem there is that it drank oil and I've got to change the gas tank... I really feel like buying it, should I?? It's only $1200 and it comes with winter tires.
I am about to buy a 1989 Raider V6 auto with 150k, nice body and interior. The price is $1400. I think this is fair. The owner says he has owned three of them, and the same engine Dodge uses in their mini vans will go into these. I hope to enjoy this vehicle for many years to come. Thanks.
I have a 1987 Dodge Raider, and I love it, but I cannot get it to go into Over Drive. When I get up to 45 mph, it will not shift up to another gear. It is an automatic. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks.
I'm thinking of buying a 89 Raider on Monday morning. Leaks a little oil and transmission fluid. And so far that's the only thing I've found. I have a mechanic checking it tomorrow. Tires are in fair condition with a little dry rot. Outside is amazing condition! Inside is good condition. My question is, for 230k miles, is 2,900 a fair price? You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!!
Is $2900 for a 1989 Raider with 230K miles a "fair price"?
It's a great price! For the seller, that is.
I have a 89 Raider V6 3.0L. Paid $100 for it a couple of months ago. At that time it only needed a fuel pump.
Now I have a problem; when I first start it, the RPM at 1-1/2, it runs for a few minutes, then the RPM drops to 0 and it stops running. Does anybody know anything about this? I had it looked at and the person looking at it gave me 3 opinions, and I don't want to buy anything until I know I need it. But he suggested it could be a heater coil, radiator, or brain box?
Any help would be appreciated.
email@example.com (Alma-Rose) in Haida Gwaii, BC.