This is my last vehicle before my SRT-4. 1998 Dakota R/T. I had it for 6 years and loved it. I did many mods to it. The reason I got ride of it is that the R/T�s don�t compete in power to most trucks on the market now and it had terrible gas mileage, sick of that. It didn�t handle worth a dame in bad weather either. I would have kept it if it would have come stock with over 300 hp and that would have been easy for Dodge to have done with that 5.9L, then I could understand only getting 11.5 mpg city like I was getting.
Stillen Bumper Cover/Spoiler and Cervini�s �Ram Air� Hood. Street Scene grill with 69 Charger �R/T� emblem.
APC carbon fiber taillights. JBA Ceramic coated Headers and Y-Pipe, Gibson Stainless Steel mandrel bent 2.5� exhaust tubing, Spintech Stainless Steel Muffler single in, dual out and 3� Gibson slash cut polished stainless steel exhaust tips.
Mopar brushed aluminum fuel door.
Airaid intake with K&N filter, JBA 8.0 mm plug wires, Mopar Valve covers........Painted Ram Head.
This was my first car, old, used and a hand-me-down from my older brother. 1973 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus, basically the same car as the Plymouth Roadrunner. 318 c.i. V8, Slapstick auto transmission.
This was my first NEW car, a 1986 Pontiac Sunbird GT, with a whooping 85 horse power 1.8 litter 4 cylinder engine, single over head cam, fuel injected with a 5 speed manual transmission. The car looked great for the time but couldn�t haul ass if you made five trips.
In my humble opinion, 1986 and 1987 were the best looking Sunbird's ever made and way better looking than the Sunfire. And also the 1986 and 1987 Chevrolet Caviler Z24 were the best looking Z24�s ever built in my opinion. These cars had the best-looking taillights of all the Sunbirds & Z24�s. The Sunbirds taillights were similar to the Trans Am taillights at the time. The Sunbird had better looking pop up headlight covers then the latter model Sunbirds. I would love to have one of these Sunbird GT's or Z24 in mint condition with my SRT-4 engine in it.
Page 1: SRT-4.
Page 2: My prior vehicle, 1998 Dodge Dakota R/T.
Page 3: Miscellaneous vehicles.