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1992 Dodge Dakota Sport Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door 5.2L V8 Magnum ( SWEET)

1992 Dodge Dakota

Condition: Used
Make: Dodge
Model: Dakota
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Trim: Sport Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door
Year: 1992
Mileage: 93,000
VIN: 1B7FL26Y0NS580324
Color: Blue
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Grey
Safety: Anti-Lock Brakes
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Pocola, Oklahoma, United States
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control
CD Player

Description for Dodge Dakota 1992

For sale is my 92 Dodge Dakota Sport. For those of you who don't know or not sure, his is the first year for the Magnum V8 in a Dakota. I bought this truck from a guy in Greenbrier, rkansas who was the original owner. He sold it to a friend of his a few years ago for about a year & his buddy decided to sell it, o he bought it back from him. The hood & top of the cab have been repainted due to clear coat fading even though it has been garaged all its life, he paint back in the 90s wasn't that great when it came to holding up in the sun but the rest of the paint is original & in very good condition especially for the year. As far as i know the truck has had no body work & it has no dings or dents. This truck was not a daily driver! The interior is all original,even the seat cover. The carpet has a few stains under the floor mat on the passenger side that i could not get completely out but is in very good condition. The rest of the interior is in Excellent condition. Everything works as it should rite down to the cigarette lighter & the A/C is ice cold which is the original R12 refrigerant. I upgraded the sound system about a month ago with Alpine speakers front & back with a reconditioned OEM Infiniti CD/Cassette that I bought from Factoryradio.com that looks & works like new. The original owner lowered the truck 2" in the front (springs) & 3" in the rear (blocks). He also put the 16" Dakota wheels, opar Performance PCM, he Mopar M1 intake & Mopar cast aluminum valve covers on the truck & installed a Bullet cam with heavy duty valve springs which I have the specs for; it's pretty choppy! & 4:10 posi-track. It runs about 2400 RPMs at 70MPH & the speedo is spot on! The ride wasn't that great so I installed QA1 adjustable shocks in the front & Rancho adjustable shocks in the rear. The reason for the 2 different brands is because of the price of the QA1s in the front which are the only adjustable ones available for the front. It has completely new exhaust from the headers back with a 2 in (2.5") & 1 out(3") Magnaflow & an Innovate Motorsports wide band O2 sensor. New front brake lines(OEM), ew front rotors(Bosch), heel bearings(Timken), ront pads(Wagner Thermo Quiet), ie Rod ends(Moog), lso changed all brake fluid(Mopar), o the front end is in excellent shape & it stops very well. all of the other front end parts were in good condition so i stopped there, ot that it needed wheel bearings but i thought since i was in there i mite as well do it rite. Other things that i have replaced are New Radiator( aftermarket-couldn't find an OEM), hermostat(180 Stant Superstat), alve cover gaskets(Felpro),Plug wires(MSD), oil(MSD Blaster), park Plugs(NGK), istributor(New-RPT), istributor Cap & Rotor(Borg Warner), ew door seals(OEM), ew drivers side hinge pins & bushings(OEM), ew window tint(Solar Shield), ew sway bar bushings & end links(Energy Suspension), ome of the shifter linkage bushings are new & i have the rest(OEM) so the shifter is tight, ew rubber tailgate bumpers(OEM), ew wiper arm linkage bushings(OEM), took the door panels off, reased the tracks & window regulators & tightened up everything on the doors when i replaced the speakers. I also tightened every nut & bolt that i could possibly get to on this truck. Most of the things that i have replaced were not in bad shape; you would just have to know how picky i am! I had every intention of making this truck just about new but plans change so i have decided to give up the toys for awhile even though i have looked for one of these trucks for about 10 years i think. I'm sure that i haven't told you everything that i have done to it but it's all i can remember rite now. I have a few extra parts, ome used from the original owner & some new OEM that i just got a good deal on even though i didn't need them.
Now for the things that it still needs which isn't much unless your looking to do a restoration. I don't know how much those that are reading this know about OBD1 fuel injection but you can't just stick a big cam in there & that be it; it has to be tuned & there is no support for OBD1 so you have to put a stand alone PCM or piggy-back on it & tune it or just put the stock cam back in which i just could't bring myself to do because it sounds so good & runs so strong. The only real problem that the CAM presents is at idle in which it makes the engine run very rich because of the low vacuum from the bigger cam. I bought a Unichip piggy-back system with wiring at the tune of about 750 dollars but have not installed it yet. If you don't want to or can't do that then you can just put a stocker back in it & be done with it. I wanted to replace the two wheels on the passengers side because of some pretty good chips that have been touched up. the fender flares are not in the best of shape mostly because of age & i have 3 new ones(OEM of course) still in the box but have not been able to find the 4th one. The truck had an over the lip drop in bed liner in it which is good for nothing but rubbing the paint off so i removed it & was planning on a spray in very soon but haven't gotten to it yet. The front & rear engine main seals seep very slightly so you'll get a drip here & there if you don't keep it rinsed off.I almost forgot, he truck does't use any oil that i can tell & the tranny is sweet & shifts very firm; it's the heavy duty 46RH with the external cooler & the tires have 80 to 90% tread. The picture of the odometer reading is a picture that the original owner had taken. I have been driving the truck so it now has 93,000 miles on it.If you have any questions please feel free to call me at 479-719-5011