This is my 1994 Plymouth Sundance that I have now owned for a year. last year after about two months of owning it, I threw a rod and destroyed the engine. I ... Show morelater replaced it with a low milage rebuilt engine. Earlyer this year I had the transmission go out, so I found a remanufactured transmission that was installed, and then the car got smucked and totaled. it only has 113,000 miles on it, so its not a high milage car, I just think that the person who owned it before me didnt take too much care of it. I have make a custom strut rod brace because on body makes a brace for the Sundance. I also have a custom oak armrest and oak cupholders that I built myself, along with a CB radio setup and a custom gauge panel for my oil pressure gauge. I sterio is a Wal-Mart special VR-3 that has a CD player along with a USB and aux inputs, and really sounds quite nice for the price. The speakers in the doors are Rockford/Fosgate 300 watters and the rear has mini 6.5" subs out of a Roadmaster enclosure that also, sells at Wal-mart. While my audio may not be the best system in the world, it was inexpensive, and sounds much better than many other in dash decks and budget sterios. Not yet photographed are my new tinted windows that I did myself with 35% tint. The Exhaust is a custom unit that I did in 2.25" mandrel bent tubing running through a Piolet Race muffler that I got for free from a friend. The exhaust exits through a regular stock looking turndown. this summer I got rear ended by a idiot in a Toyota Matrex that tryed to blame the accident on me (and got ticketed because it was his fault) and now the car has an ugly dent in the back of it, that would require a frame straightner to fix. Now I am looking for a Shadow or a Sundance with a 5 speed so I can swap my engine and other gizmos out of this one and into a diffrent one and be a happy camper again.
a front view of the sundance
A better view of the custome grill that I built for the car Show Less