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Dodge Miradas at dippy.org
Here's a 1981 Mirada that found its way to the Netherlands.
A 1981 Mirada with a vinyl top designed to
look like a convertible.
From Houston Mopar Connection Club
Unknown year Mirada with an interesting hood
From Lance's Dark Lair
A 1980 Mirada. These cars were very
good looking in their time, though they look dated by today's standards.
This 1982 Mirada was delivered with the
Paul Villwock brought my attention to his
1981 Dodge Mirada, and provided the following commentary on it:
"It was my first car (that I drove daily) which is like your first
love, something you can't forget. It is now in storage with my other
Mopars (~7). It has a rebuilt 318 and tranny thanks to its previous
abusive owner. It is an '81 with pre '75 era emissions thanks to a Mopar
magazine article and now breathes a little easier. You can also see now
that it has a 318 V8 powerplant - after removing a 10 lb. air cleaner, 6'
of pipe, air pump, and endless feet of wire harness. It rides on '78
Chrysler Newport rims in the photo. It currently is in need of a Y-pipe
but they don't make the tri-catalytic converters Y-pipe any more.
Supposedly you can get the '80 Y-pipe with out converters. I may just
stick on dual exhaust, a rejetted Carter Thermoquad and an Elbrock
Streetmaster intake." I always enjoy seeing an abused Mopar
finding a good home in the end myself.