Mileage Maker: 1974 Dodge Colt Wagon

From 1971 through 1994 you could go to a Dodge dealer and purchase a brand new subcompact Japanese car in sedan/coupe/wagon/hatchback form. It was called the Colt and was a rebadged version of the Mitsubishi Galant/Lancer and later the Mirage, but today’s example comes from a time when the impending fuel crisis of the early 70s was making drivers look for something smaller than the typical huge V8 offered by the domestic brands. In the back of that Dodge showroom you could find something called the Colt that was powered by a 1.6 or 2.0 liter 4-banger and drive home without refilling twice on the way. Find this 1974 Dodge Colt Wagon offered for $8,500 in Mountain View, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

From the seller:

1974 dodge colt wagon
condition: excellent
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 68000
paint color: red
size: compact
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: wagon
Beautiful, Extremely Rare, 1974 Dodge Colt Wagon.

Just 68k Miles. Many New & Newer Engine, Transmission & Driveline Parts.

Newer; Paint, Chrome, Brakes, Suspension, Cooling, Exhaust, Wheels & Tires.

Garaged, Rust Free, California Car with Alot of Time & Money Spent.

Built before 1975 so No Smog Certification Required to Register & Drive in California.

Mitsubishi 4G32 4 Cylinder & Automatic Transmission with Rear Wheel Drive.

Factory AC but missing parts.

Sweet & Original White Interior.

Super Straight & Rust Free Body. Stunning Newer Red Paint but Some Flaws on Hood and Drivers Upper Fender. Easy Fix.

Famous, Ultra Reliable, High Revving, Lightweight
Steel Block with Aluminum Head & Overhead Camshaft Mitsubishi Engine. Aluminum Intake &
Mikuni / Solex 2 Barrel Carb. Electric Fuel Pump.

Cool Alloys with BF Goodrich Sport Tires.

Pre 1975 Vehicle so Wont & Never Required to Take or Pass California Smog Test Ever. Keep stock or go crazy with Horsepower.

Runs, Drives, Registered with Clean California Title In-Hand.

Definitely Worth your time and Money. $8500

See a better way to drive a classic Japanese wagon?