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    1987 Dodge Dakota 4WD Looks Great Runs Great - $5200 (NE Indianapolis, IN)

    https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/...995198928.html






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    ^ Great-looking OMT!





    *Old man truck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodint View Post
    1987 Dodge Dakota 4WD Looks Great Runs Great - $5200 (NE Indianapolis, IN)

    https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/...995198928.html






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    It's so weird to me that the Dodge Dakota pretty much invented the mid-sized pick-up truck segment in the US market, and it went extinct while the compacts up-sized and carried on (Tacoma) or we brought back from the grave (Ranger, GM twins).

    Ram 1500s dirt cheap after incentives probably didn't help the Dakota's reason to exist.

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    The later crew cab Dakotas sure got ugly, but those early ones look pretty good. I thought the Shelby Dakotas and the convertible ones were pretty cool too - not anything I'd want to own, but fun to see on the streets back then.



    And I really liked the Toyota T100, at the time. Still do, but I don't see notice very many of them around anymore.

    Here's a 2WD version in nice condition.

    1998 Toyota T100 SR5 - Over 500 Vehicles to Choose From! - $9999



    Nice try with the floormats!



    1990 Volvo 240R wagon, 5 speed, turbo - $4000

    "Volvo never made a 245R, but I did."



    1986 Nissan Stanza Wagon - Rare - $4000



    1986 Ford Saleen - $6300



    1954 Military M37 3/4Ton Dodge Power Wagon with snowplow - $8000



    1966 PLYMOUTH, factory Big-Block - $2995



    1995 F700 4x4 WaterTruck /Expedition Veh. - $6300

    I bet this could be made into something a lot cooler.



    1972 Datsun 521 Pickup with G35 AWD swap - $6900




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    My Dad had a T100 before going to the Ridgeline.

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    That seems logical. If you want something smaller than a full-size truck and don't want to roll the dice with Ford/Chevy/Dodge (and apparently Nissan now, based on Frontier reviews), there aren't many choices.

    The heat, A/C, and radio controls on that T100 are refreshingly simple. Replacing simple levers for fan speed and temperature selection with backlit digital screens was a move in the wrong direction, IMO.


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    I'd be all over that Fairmont. That Lesabre wagon is SCREAMING for a set of road wheels.

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    ...and maybe for some cool graphics, too?


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