This is a Blast from the Past to Drive. The only reason I am selling this 1988 Dodge Raider is because I purchased it for my 15 year old daughter who wanted it to drive […]
The Dodge Raider was simply a rebadged Mitsubishi Pajero known as the Montero in North America. It was only imported and rebranded by Dodge for three years during the first generation body design of the Mitsubishi Montero. Although the Montero was produced as both a two and four door SUV the Raider was only available as a two door model with a rear hatch.
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1987 Dodge Ram Raider drive: 4wd fuel: gas paint color: red title status: clean type: offroad Dodge Raider, new head, header, Weber carb conversion(needs rejetted) , new exhaust, power steering, power brakes, AC(needs compressor), new shocks, 4×4 works good, M/T […]
1989 V6 Auto Raider Rust Free with Unique Look. Adult owned. Runs, Drive and brakes nicely. Rare 4×4 vehicle that gets a lot of attention. Been used on weekends and to and from work on […]
1987 Dark Blue Raider. Very good body. Excellent cloth Interior. Daily driver. Runs fine. Everything works. Needs Rust repair underneath and new brakes/lines. Standard Driver seat. New Tires. Does not have A/C. Does not leak […]
1989 Dodge Raider 4×4, 6cyl 3.0L, automatic transmission with 119,977 original miles. The 2-door, short-wheelbase 4×4 Dodge-badged Mitsubishi was only made for 3 years and in the opinion of many, next up for classic status. […]
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