Future Classic? 1986 Shelby Dodge Charger

Time to highlight a limited production turbocharged hatchback ’80s machine because they are cheap and fun!  The ’80s Dodge Charger was a Dodge Omni masquerading as a Charger – an emasculated version of a once brutal tire burning muscle machine…until Carroll Shelby got his 10-gallon hat involved and made a hot version.  Anything with the legendary Texas chicken farmer’s name on the side (and the seats, glove box door, belts..etc) is probably gonna be worth more than scrap value in the future, so get this one while it is cheap! Find this 1986 Shelby Dodge Charger offered for $1900 in Boise, ID via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.

From the seller:

1986 Dodge Charger Shelby 

condition: good 

cylinders: 4 cylinders 

drive: fwd 

fuel: gas 

paint color: silver 

size: compact 

title status: clean 

transmission: manual 

type: hatchback 

1986 Dodge Charger Shelby

This is a rare car and getting harder to find. Only a little over 800 Shelby’s in 1986 had this paint scheme, Silver with blue accent. Most were blue with silver accent.

2.2 liter, 4 cylinder motor with manual 5 speed Transmission, this car runs and drives good.

The car looks to have light hit on the front drivers side. On the exte9 i’mrior there is surface rust, no major rust that I can see. The only rust area under the car is the drivers floor pan. It has an area that is rusted through.

The drivers side seat is broken, cannot adjust the back. When driving the car, you lean back a bit. Carpet needs to be cleaned. Seats are in decent condition. Headliner needs replaced. Tires are in good shape.

I just put 600 miles on the car in the past 3 weeks. It is my current daily driver. I put around 30 miles a day on the car both freeway (it does 80 mph with ease) and down town Boise city driving. I runs great and is still pretty fast. Just under 105k miles, but it is going up.

The title is a clear Idaho title.

$1900 obo.

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