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macdude’s 1987 Plymouth Turismo

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Another macdude 1987 Plymouth Turismo post...
  • Nov 14, 2013

This car was given to me by my grandparents this past summer (2004). They had purchased it in 1990 when it had roughly 32,000 miles on it. When I received it, there we ... more

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  • HP
    92
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  • Weight
    -1
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  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    75 mph
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  • thewall01
    if any one know where i can find a 1987 plymouth turismo it would be great?
  • jaredshumate
    I had an 87 just like the one you are showing here. Great cars was the first real vehicle dad bought me after the "test my driving jalopy". Distributer, Cap, Rotor Button, timing and all that like the guys said before me. Another thing too the carbs on these things were finicky It is best to convert to fuel injection if you can. If you go to sell, as you metioned, please give me a shout I would love to get one and maintain it for my son so 13 years from now he can drive what I did my senior year back in 1996.
  • J5150T
    Thats in nice shape. I had the same problem and i still have a problem every time the oil needs to get changed. But i chenged the cap and rotar. And the spark plugs and wires. That helped a lot. the choke on the carb is bad and that may be a reason for the rough starts. I'm going through the same with my 84' Turismo. You might try rebuilding the carb. w/ a carb. rebuild kit if you have the time and knowledge. I'm prolly going to take mine into a shop to have it done. But also chek into the timing. My'n was all replaced at about 95,000 miles. Another thing that may help is carb/choke cleaner. It's something you spray down the carb to get the chum out. hope you get the info you need. The only good adv. i can give is dont sell the car. It's priceless...
  • 6aMx8
    Looks like it's in pretty good shape. Good luck with it. Check out my Turismo when you get the cnace.
  • ackie
    That's a great looking car! I like the color, and it's very clean. Good pics too. Lot of potential. I don't know too much about Mopars but I think that's a durable motor. (Visit my page if ya wanna.) Welcome to Car Domain, most people on here are pretty cool unless you diss their ride first, which I never do. If I don't like a car I just look at another one. I like to look at cars and you can see everything on here, from all over the world. But I relate to the older stuff more 'cause that's what I have. And I like your purchase price! Later!
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