2005 Dodge Magnum on 2040-cars
Morganville, New Jersey, United States
This is a rally nice 2005 Dodge Magnum runs and drives great body and interior are in great shape. One scuff/scratch on passenger rear door. Just installed new headlights (originals were fogged). Good tires and brakes less than 300 miles on them both. You will not be disappointed and you will enjoy this car. All buyer must pay a title fee NJ Buyers must pay tax. Please e-mail or call with any questions 732-566-9899
Dodge Magnum for Sale
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