1989 Dodge Dakota Convertible

4th Annual Salt Lake City Classic Car Auction | Mar 30, 2019

3.9L Magnum V6 Manual

AUCTION
4th Annual Salt Lake City Classic Car Auction
RUN
#12.0
YEAR
1989
MAKE
Dodge
MODEL
Dakota Convertible
STYLE
Pickup Truck
ENGINE
3.9L Magnum V6
TRANSMISSION
Manual
COLOR
Red

1989 Dodge Dakota Convertible 

Vehicle Identification Number:  1B7GG69X8KS146585 

Very rare convertible truck

100 miles since restoration
Fully optioned
3.9-liter V-6 engine 
This 1989 Dodge Dakota Sport 4X4 Pickup Truck has the 3.9-liter Magnum V6 engine, The first open American pickup since the Ford Model T, the Dodge Dakota Sport 4 x 4 Pickup Truck featured a fixed roll bar and a simple manually convertible manual top. Intended as a limited production halo vehicle, only 2,842 were built that first year by the American Sunroof Corporation, which converted them from standard cab bodies supplied by Dodge. Of those, less than half were ordered in 4 x 4 specification, with even fewer ordered with air conditioning, power locks and power windows. Restored less than 100 miles ago, this attractive example features a rebuilt front end with a refreshed engine and new shocks. With a new tonneau cover and only 76,000 miles from new, this is a rare collectible truck from the 1980s, ordered by automotive legend Bob Lutz and sure to appreciate in the future. 
Auction Estimate:  $15,000-17,000