2004 Dodge Neon Srt4 on 2040-cars
Ellisville, Mississippi, United States
I have for sale a 2004 Dodge Neon SRT4. It does have a few performance parts it has a big front mount inner cooler, Stage 1 ecu, 3 inch downpipe going into the stock exaust. I do have an innovative motorsports air fuel ratio gauge and prosport boost and oil pressure gauge, maddog short throw shifter I also have the mopar shifter and stock shifter other than that its pretty much stock. The only things wrong with it is the clear coat is starting to peel one the top and trunk, the oil pressure sensor needs replacing and the windshild is cracked. Its been well taken care of and oil has always been changed with mobil 1 full synthetic oil. Heat and ac work great. It has just rolled over 103k miles. I have centerline neutron series 17 inch wheels with falken ziex 912 tires. also has pioneer radio. I dont really want to sell it but im needing a truck. if you have any questions or would like to see it in person feel free to email me. thanks for looking
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