Back in the mid 1980s if you wanted a Mitsubishi with a turbo engine in the front and rear wheel drive, you had four cars to choose from — the Mitsubishi Starion, Dodge Conquest, Plymouth Conquest, and Chrysler Conquest…but they were really the same car with different badges. Today’s next example of the Conquestarion has had its turbo engine replaced with a small block Chevy and the price is appropriate for the condition. Find this 1987 Chrysler Conquest offered for $4800 in Lake Zurich, IL via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller:
1987 Chrysler Conquest
cylinders: 8 cylinders
paint color: red
title status: clean
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Japanese performance cars are on the rise. This car is superior look to Japanese sedan nerd cars that are selling for more. Cant afford a Nissan 300zx, Mitsubishi 3000gt ? This was the 80s version FIRST 4 PHOTOS ARE TO REMIND PEOPLE HOW COOL OR THE POTENTIAL OF THESE 80’S CARS, Just the 1:18 Model sells $500 for a reason(photo)
FOR SALE 1987 Chrysler Conquest V8 transplanted Resto-Mod (photo 5-15)
Solid body car with all the hard work done, Runs moves, stops, needs finishing to be roadworthy
Nice LEATHER interior, driver seat no wear, modded console.
350hp 4bolt SBC Accel HEI Rigid mounted Moroso plate
350THD Built 11″ Stall B& Shifter, dual Flowmaster 40 side exhaust
Cheap easy horsepower in a car that was fast with a 180hp 4cyl. Add a procharger and be crazy fast.
no computers, catalytic converters, emissions, excessive wiring hassles. Even stock cars will eventually need tobe freed from all the stock modules that cannot last forever, you will be ahead of the game.
Included NEW Aluminum Radiator Mounting and plumbing (radiator mounting brackets tobe fabed)
Minor electrical,cleanup. alot done lighting works
Paint has scratches and chips, wrap the car yourself for $300 or buff and touch up
Undercarriage solid, undercoated car, rust starting on rear wheel well lips because of a repaint 15 years ago
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