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Hello everyone.

I am back to Allpar after having to sell my 84 Dodge 600 back in 2006:
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I have always regretted selling that car.

Now I have a somewhat close version:
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44,000 original miles. It's going under the knife for a complete cosmetic restoration. I have already replaced all the brake system with new Nicopp brake lines and hoses too. I will be ditching the "Discount Tire" el-cheapo wheels and going back to the Pizza wheels like my 84 had.

Now I have 2 Chrysler products, a 21 Pacifica hybrid and my 86 600.

Dave
 

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Do they have 5 lug pizza wheels? I have 4 lugs on my Voyager and everything at the wheels are impossible to find. Rotors, steering knuckles, wheels, hubcaps. All impossible for me. I wouldn't be surprised if they don't have those exact wheels in five lug. You might be able to find something close. Here's the minivan wheels for example.
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The car itself looks great btw
 

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What kind of realistic gas mileage do these dodge 600's get? I seen a couple in my area for sale.
 

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What kind of realistic gas mileage do these dodge 600's get?
I don't know about the 600's, but I had and 88 Chrysler Lebaron Convertible with the 2.2 turbo & 3 speed automatic. It got around 21 mpg, which is sad, because my 86 2.2 Daytona Turbo Z with a 5 speed, got around 33 mpg. That overdrive tranny really makes a difference in fuel economy as well as engine longevity! 😋
 

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I don't know about the 600's, but I had and 88 Chrysler Lebaron Convertible with the 2.2 turbo & 3 speed automatic. It got around 21 mpg, which is sad, because my 86 2.2 Daytona Turbo Z with a 5 speed, got around 33 mpg. That overdrive tranny really makes a difference in fuel economy as well as engine longevity! 😋
Yeah the 3 speeds always got lower MPGS than a 5 speed.
 
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