After long thought, it's time to offer up my well-loved Daytona for sale. It took some time to get comfortable with the idea, but it comes down to the fact that it's not needed as transportation any more, there aren't any projects left I want to do, and it's simply not getting driven. There are new projects that could take shape if I found the Charger a new home, so I hope to find someone who's looking to pick up a well-built, well-loved Daytona in beautiful condition.
It's a 2006 Top Banana Charger Daytona R/T, #759 of 4000. All factory options except for Rear-seat DVD. Just over 78k miles, and she's in fantastic shape.
As for aftermarket work, it's a mildly-aggressive, well-put-together list that results in a comfortable cruising car that does 12.5@112 in the quarter, and 178mph on the open road.
Engine and Exhaust:
Comp 260 Cam
Inertia Heads - CNC Ported, Hand-blended. 6.1L Springs, Chromoly retainers, milled .020"
Dynatech Longtube Headers and Cats
Corsa Cat-back Exhaust
AirHammer SS Intake
Shaved Manifold Trojan's writeup is HERE
6.1L Fuel Rails
MSD Ignition Coil Packs
Zeitronix Wideband for Datalogging
Tuning by Bob Crespo
OBDII Emissions Compliant
Getrag 3.06 Differential swap (including axles and hubs)
Suspension, Brakes, and Wheels:
KWv2 shocks and springs
Hotchkis Swaybars front and rear
SRT Brembo Brakes
SLP Line lock
MSRT wheels with BT Mopar M centercaps
Toyo Proxes 4 tires, 275-40 rear and 245-45 front.
BT Mopar Hood Emblem
Rear air diffuser
Controls, Interior, and Miscellaneous mods:
AMG Paddle Shifters
BT Engine accessories and custom Catch Can
Polyurethane Motor Mounts
ESP Disable switch
Manual Fan switch
Padded console cover
Fumoto (F106N) oil change valve
Last edited by Junior; 04-25-2013 at 10:34 AM.
Here's a link to an Album rwalshphoto did for me.
Last edited by Junior; 12-03-2012 at 12:16 AM.
Good luck with the sale! You paved the way for some of my mods with your write-ups on that car! It's obvious that everything you did was well planned and always done with care. I'd probably be rocking R/T brakes still if it weren't for you.
'06 Silver R/T with Road and Track on UAS
Good luck with the sale Mike, I am sad to see it go but whoever buys it will have one awesome car!
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Good luck with the sale Junior, and I hope it goes to one of our fine members here.
I wish that member could be me. I'd love to, and would be honored to have that sweet 'nanner in my garage.
You don't have to burn books to destroy a culture, just get people to stop reading them.
Wow! I know this could not have been an easy decision. Best of luck with the sale, Mike. That is one fine nanner!
10.29@132 Aluminum 468 in '05 Magnum R/T
Hemituner, Arrington, GTP, FTI, Paramount, Driveshaft Shop, LMI, and a few other goodies.
I know you didn't arrive at the decision to sell easily and someone is going to get a fantastic vehicle. Having seen her go down the track as well as behind the wheel myself I can say this is a very well put together machine. I hope whoever buys it has as much fun as you have had with her. Good luck with the sale brother.
"It's hard to imagine anything I enjoy more than being in tune with the machine"
Jim "Meister" Edwards
Mike, I just heard the car sold from your other post. Sad to see that beauty go, but on the flip side, 20k+ in your pocket on a car thats paid for is one hell of a nice down payment on your next adventure. Keep us posted!
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Congrats on the sale and thank you for all the great write-ups that you and that car gave us.
This makes me think we need to start a "Whatever happen to our fellow LXF member ???" thread/section.
Last edited by Big Boy; 07-26-2012 at 08:46 PM.
Well, the Mayans and other Soothsayers were right, the end has begun.
Common sense is so rare it should be considered a superpower
Mike, it is sad to see her go, but glad the sale worked out for you in the end...three cheers for Nanner 759.
The Rocket - Made in Canada....
The confusion could be that Meisters Sweet C sold recently...
So sad. First Meister's car, now yours. *sigh* :(
Ok I guess I missed somthing. When did Meisters car sell? And who got it? And a free bump for a great car/seller/friend!
AZ Modern Mopar Muscle