Engine:3.9L 3906CC 239Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
For Sale By:Private Seller
Safety Features: Driver Airbag
Trim: Sport Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door
Drive Type: RWD
Buckhannon, West Virginia, United States
For Sale: 1999 Dodge Dakota Sport Lowrider 2wd Truck.
• 3.9I Magnum engine
• 4 spd auto trans w/OD
• 119 k Miles
• Clear title
• Trans replaced after approx. 90k & 42K Trans installed
• New Brakes
• New Tires
• Current WV Inspection sticker good thru May 2014
• Spray in Bed liner
• Full Custom Air Ride System
• Custom rear 4 link suspension w/bag on bar
• Custom built control arms for front (narrowed)
• 16” Stock wheels milled to tuck inside fender wells
• Custom Paint – White Chocolate, Red Jewel, Liquid Metal
• Stock floored bed raised 8 inches
• Bed has quick disconnect for air tools
• Bed has Calif combo w/tipped license plate box with light
• Smoked head and taillights
• Optima Yellow top Battery
• Relocated Race fuel cell with inline fuel pump (gas fill in bed on truck)
• Re6 and re7 slam specialties bags used front and back
• Air ride system works front and back with 8 parker 3/8 valve setup
• York 210 engine driven compressor w/3/8 hydraulic leader hose to tank
• Air tank setup for 180psi
• 2 dual gauges
• 1 Tank pressure gauge
• Custom built lower profile trans cross-member
• Custom JBL center console and back amp rack
• Alpine Cd/MP3 Player
• Custom painted Tonneau Cover
Vehicle is in Buckhannon, WV. Must pickup here. Cash or certified check. Additional questions call (304) 472-6226
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