BF Classified: 1991 Dodge Stealth R/T 5-Speed

Seller’s Description: REDUCED PRICE! 1991 Dodge Stealth R/T, V6, 5 Speed Manual, Black. Condition is Used.

1991 Dodge Stealth R/T, 93,000+ miles (3,200 per year), V6 24V DOHC, five-speed manual, stored winters, second owner. All electronic gauges and electronic climate controls removed and rebuilt. New front seat upholstery, engine replaced, 63,000 miles on the engine. New clutch. Air conditioning converted to R134 and blows cold air. New wheels and tires. New paint. Windows tinted. New stereo. Lots of spare parts, including the original set of wheels and set of tires. The car runs and drives like new! I pulled it out of a warehouse two years ago as a restoration project. Time to go. Taking all reasonable offers into consideration. Clean Carfax and is available upon request.

Price: $6,500
Location: Elkhart, Indiana
Mileage: 93,000
Title Status: Clean

Seller’s Listing: Here on eBay

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  1. Dave in Arlington, TX

    63,000 miles on replaced engine. Timing belt replacement is due every 60,000 miles. These belts break and there is valve to piston contact. I’m not sure I’d even start this engine without first replacing the timing belt. These are great cars and that belt is about the only thing you have watch out for. Old Mitsubishi Tech offering advice.

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  2. JoeNYWF64

    Not sure why electronic gages or HVAC would have to be rebuilt at < 100k miles.
    The above description tells me the motor was replaced at 30k miles!: defective original engine, no oil changes, over/under fill of oil, overheated,?
    Or could the original timing belt have broke at 30k miles from just all those years passing & not using the car much? They say to replace the belt every 7 years even with no mileage on it! Seems too soon to me! lol
    A friend of mine replaced the orig '91 timing belt at 80k on his '91 automatic 3000gt – so i guess it's luck & how you drive & where it's stored. & possibly if it's a manual or automatic.
    I would THINK the rubber quality of the replacement 2020 belts for this car would be a lot better than that of the original 1991 belts & might 1 possibly be able to now go 100k miles before replacing again? That's the case with cam belts on current cars. It's still a rubber belt on the new ones that dont have chain(s).

    Most people are very surprised this & the non turbo 3000gt are front wheel drive! They are the ONLY front drivers i would want to drive & be seen in.

    • Dave in Arlington, TX

      Doubt that a broken belt caused the engine replacement as I never saw a belt break prior to 60,000 miles. Past 60,000- different story. Your friend that made it to 80,000 was very lucky. Most of the failures I saw, the belt just snapped. Rare to see one where the belt teeth failed. Don’t know if belt quality has improved since 1991. Hope the new owner has lots of fun driving their new purchase.

      • PRA4SNW PRA4SNW Member

        The belt in my Eclipse broke at just above 50,000. Not the same exact engine, but in the same family. Killed the engine and I freaked out until I found that the engine had a 60,000 mile warranty. The list of replacement parts was an arm and leg long.

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