Dodge Dakota pickup cabriolet will be sold at auctionApril 5, 2020
Pickup cabriolet Dodge Dakota LS Sport Convertible 1990 production year put up for auction in the United States in June this year.
Pickup, considered one of the rarest and most unusual in the world, will find a new owner on June 23, 2020: Dodge Dakota will be put up for auction, organized by the Mecum auction house in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
The car shade Bright White, having a mileage of 95,728 km, according to the claims of the current owner, has an excellent view. The production of the Dakota LS Sport Convertible was carried out from 1989 to 1991 – the Chrysler automaker and the American Sunroof Corporation worked on this project.
The assembly of conventional pickups, in which an all-metal cab, was made in Michigan, then they cut the roofs and equipped with a folding mechanism with a vinyl coating.
In addition, the pickup was equipped with an arc and doors that have no frames. Everything else about the car remained the same: it is still equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 petrol power unit with a capacity of 125 hp.
Together with the motor, a 4-speed automatic transmission and a rear-wheel drive system functioned. Armchairs are upholstered in gray fabric, another car has an air conditioning system and power windows. Pickup cabriolet produced in the amount of 2842 units, 909 of which were collected in 1990. The initial cost of a white pickup has not yet been disclosed.
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