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1980 Dodge Aspen. LOW miles. As seen on Regular Car Reviews!

1980 Dodge Aspen

Make: Dodge
Model: Aspen
Type: Sedan
Trim: unknown
Year: 1980
Mileage: 63,220
VIN: nl41caf156084
Color: Super creamy and dreamy
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: auto
Interior color: Acres of brown
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Venetia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Description for Dodge Aspen 1980

This is a 1980 Dodge Aspen sedan with low low miles. I purchased it to swap in a new fuel injected v8 and repair the small rust areas but I don't have the time and I'd like to see it go to a new loving home. It's known for it's feature in an episode of Regular Car Reviews. nbsp;on YouTube. nbsp;and has received nearly 130. 00 views. I bought it from an Aspen/Volare collector who went over the car and replaced any problematic parts he could find on the vehicle (the many. many receipts and documentation are included). It has lived most of its life in florida. and is a very solid car that has always gotten me from point "a" to point "b". It is what I'd consider "decent" cosmetically. but it is very mechanically sound. The interior is in EXCELLENT condition and every function. knob. and switch works as it should. The chrome on the car is excellent. as is the trim. It has the classic Mopar F-body rear quarter panel rust issue that was poorly repaired on the driver's side earlier in its life. The passenger side quarter just has phone sized rusty area. Easily fixed with the right skills. The front lip of the hood has some rust as well but otherwise those two areas have the only rust that I would consider significant. The underneath of the car is very very clean with no rot or rust damage. The bushings in the chassis and suspension are either in excellent original condition. or have been replaced with brand new bushings. It has a "new" replacement carburetor and a new smog pump and wiper motor as well. The car drives excellent for its age and still looks great. especially when you consider how the average F-body Mopars look after 35+ years of corrosion. I would take this car on a cross country roadtrip without hesitation! It drives like a new car. Remember. however. this is a 35 year old car and must be approached as such. It has some quirks that older Chrysler cars from this era tend to have so keep that in mind. Feel free to ask ANY questions and I'll answer them to the best of my knowledge. Thanks!