1997 Dodge Neon Coupe 2-door 2.0l Fully Customized on 2040-cars
Milo, Maine, United States
|Bought car in 2002 for my son, car was completely stock. When he got his license we parked the car and started working on it. After car was professionally painted in Saab Lightening Blue, we started to show car, every winter we would do something else to the car. Pictures of trunk show subs that was first stereo system, not hooked up any more new system in back seat. Engine many mods done. Car has been parked for a few years, taking out once or twice a year driven around the block just to keep things lubricated. About the car, 2.0 DOHC Bored .020 over, JE Pistons, Eagle Rods, Crane Cams, Unorthodox Racing Adjustable Cam Gears, Unorthodox racing under drive pulley, Crane valve springs, ARP head stud kit, Indy stainless steel valves, Indy intake manifold, MPx throttle body, RC fuel injectors, 255 Walboro fuel pump, MSD ignition coil, Garrett T3 Turbo, Spearco front intercooler, HKS super sequential blow off valve, Apexi AVC-R boost controller, PRW performance radiator, Pacesetter exhaust system, Clutch master stage 4 clutch and flywheel, B&M short throw shifter, 4-wheel disc brakes, Drilled slotted rotors, Stainless steel brake lines,17 Inch MB design chrome rims, Air ride suspension, Lambo doors, Shaved door handles, Flip Flop trunk, Rear power antenna, Z3 steel fenders, Xenon side skirts, JSP rear spoiler, Halo projector headlights, APC carbon fiber hood, Roll bar, 2 12" 1000 watt Rockford Fosgate P3 subs, plus Rockford Fosgate speakers, JBL 560 watt grand touring AMP, Pioneer CD stereo, Custom Interior and sound system. Flame work was custom free-hand sprayed. Interior carbon fiber material: Headliner, dash pad, racing seats and door panels. Too much to list. Mileage stated was the odometer when car was purchased, has a different dash. Car has approximately 3,000-5,000 miles above that. Will try to answer any questions you may have.
On Jun-10-14 at 10:38:36 PDT, seller added the following information:
That statement was supposed to say: Have put only 3,000 - 5,000 miles on the car since it was built.
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