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Both of these cars are oxidizing beneath the same sun their sisters were born under; Daytona production began in Dodge's St. Louis plant, and moved to Sterling Heights, MI in late 1990. Owning one of these doesn't necessitate becoming a Mopar nut, but there's a good chance the seller is. He or she is probably a former plant employee who realized that torque steer just doesn't feel the same as it did the first time. Yet there is hope in the next generation. With two trunks' worth of spare parts and a low entry cost, this could be a great way to indoctrinate the young Mr. and Mrs. into the way of the Pentastar.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.