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Dodge Daytona Charger Hemi Powered Car Number 975 Out Of 4000 Loaded Right Up!!! on 2040-cars

US $14,000.00
Year:2006 Mileage:79400 Color: shines like the day she was made

Alton Bay, New Hampshire, United States

Alton Bay, New Hampshire, United States

Youíre looking at my beautiful, rare and numbered Dodge Daytona Hemi Charger. It is number 975 out of 4000 in 2006. The 385 horse power Hemi runs and sounds awesome and only has 79,500 miles. It is finished in the stunning ďGo Man-Go!Ē orange with flat black decal package. The interior is black leather with gray accents. Everything on this car works as it should. The interior looks new and there is not a rip or tear anywhere. The exterior shines like the day she was made. It sits during the winter and has not seen much rain. It has a nice window tint package which is both functional and looks great. I am not the original owner but I do know the owner before me took very good care of this car and I have done nothing but pamper her!

This is a rear wheel drive vehicle with traction control. It has heated seats and does include the stock 18 inch rims and tires should you decide to drive her in the winter. The 20 inch wheels you see in the pictures are currently on the car and have fresh rubber. They look sick going down the road and make this car come alive.  Power everything, including the sliding sun roof. It has a truly incredible sound system including satellite radio (the satellite system is activated so you can experience how nice it is to have),  6 CD in-dash and full DVD sound through out. The rear has a flip up DVD player that can be heard by all, or just those wearing wireless head sets. Those with head sets will only hear the movie while others can listen to what ever they want at the same time. Very cool feature.

It has the Dodge Navigation system also.  Itís easy to use with the 8 way joy stick on the dash and easy to see with its big screen.

Now I know everyone always thinks their car is nicer than the rest, and Iím no different. Come take a look and I think in this case you would agree with me.

This car has it all, the right color, the right engine and the right look. It is one sweet ride. Please include a phone number along with area code when you respond. If I see any response that even hints to be spam itís gone. Please no low ball stuff, or trades or stories. The add will be removed after a sale, so anyone who asks if it is still for sale will not get answered. Iím looking for an honest buyer with the funds to do so, and thatís it.

Thank you for the interest and I look forward to hearing from you.

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