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What year(s) is your Daytona.

  • 1984

    Votes: 5 7.0%
  • 1985

    Votes: 3 4.2%
  • 1986

    Votes: 11 15.5%
  • 1987

    Votes: 9 12.7%
  • 1988

    Votes: 21 29.6%
  • 1989

    Votes: 18 25.4%
  • 1990

    Votes: 8 11.3%
  • 1991

    Votes: 7 9.9%
  • 1992

    Votes: 10 14.1%
  • 1993

    Votes: 8 11.3%
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If you still own a Daytona what year(s) do you own.

If you own more than one of the same year post it here and I will edit the poll to reflect that.
 

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The poll allowed me to post both of mine at once.
 

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Bob, I voted on the 87', it's the only year I have one of, Please add 2 86's and 2 89's. They are posted in my signature as well..

Done.
 

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a glorious two hours.
Test drove it
we both signed the title
got in it to drive it home.
when the rear brake lines blew.
the guy wouldnt take anything off the price but
took back the title.

I was boarder line on buying it anyway
did I really need the have 3 of them.
ok for a third Im holding out for a little better.
 

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Test drove it
we both signed the title
got in it to drive it home.
when the rear brake lines blew.
the guy wouldnt take anything off the price but
took back the title.

I was boarder line on buying it anyway
did I really need the have 3 of them.
ok for a third Im holding out for a little better.
that's unfortunate :(
 

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I currently own a 87 shelby Z wich i saved from ending up in a salvage yard, had a 91 es wich i sold the drive train out of ( engine went to a lebaron and the tranny to a spirit) it was a parts car anyways and is probably a cube by now. And depending on what happens in the next week i will be rescuing a 87-88 Shelby with t-tops from a salvage yard (and all the glass is still there!!).
 

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I've owned 3 Daytonas: An '89 Base model bought new, a '92 V6 ES bought at 2 years old and an '87 Z.

The '89 base with 2.5 and 4 wheel disc brakes probably stopped the best of any car I've driven, including my '06 Mustang GT. Light weight + 4 wheel discs = STOPPING POWER!

The '92, red with ground effects, is still a good looking design. Unfortunately, it has terminal limp mode and paint is starting to peel. Not to mention it's 1100 miles away in Ontario, Canada. Kinda hard to tinker with it on a Saturday afternoon.

The '87 Z I bought for $100 for the crab wheels and then got the thing running and while it was never legal, it was dang fast! I stripped out the interior, bigger turbo & intercooler, open exhaust and some homemade ground effects. Lost it in a grass fire when I was in Canada.

I'd like to get the '92 up and running again, not as a stock Daytona, but modified into a street legal racer-type. Stripped out interior, bolt on mods, ground effects... kinda like the '87 was, but V6 N/A, instead of Turbo 4. Of course, with my luck, I'll never see it again *laughs*

Thanks for letting me spout off...
 
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Currently I own an 86 Daytona C/S black/gold fully loaded car.

In the past I've owned an 84 Turbo Z, an 85 Laser XE, and an 88 Pacifica.
 
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