Sorry I haven't been on the site this week. I'll check it out... that would be really cool. Also, just so you know... I think you guys talked me in to it. I'm going to attempt to remove the capper. I'll post new pics when I'm successful. It has been on there for almost 20 years. I hope I can get the weather strip off without too much trouble.
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I'm stoked lose some of the body fat on this truck. We're gonna pull off the topper and the running boards It will look very close to how it came from Autostyle. Again... the only cosmetic changes were the rims, the topper, and the running boards. I'm really having a good time with it all. My favorite part of the truck has always been the seats...
***WRITTEN OFF*** 2000 Dakota 3.9L V6 Auto (boo!), K&N drop-in/modified air intake, Magnaflow duals, Monroe Reflex, limo tint, Kenwood head unit (KDC-MP342U) w/ JBL 6.5" in the doors and stock rear speakers.
I'm interested in selling, trying to get some feedback from other dakota lovers... This 1987 Dakota was contracted from Chrysler to a company in Michigan called "Autostyle" (who, I believe, designed Ford's Edie Bouwer Edition vehicles). They wanted to release a "Power Wagon" Edition Dakota. When they began to switch over to the larger V-8 engines, they decided not to release this V-6 Dakota as a "Power Wagon". To my knowledge, this is the only "Power Wagon" Edition Dakota in the world.
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i have a 1994 dakota powerwagon. they only made them in 87 and 94 but they made about 300 each year. so thats a nice find:P i didnt know mine was one till i got a carfax:P and i hate to say but thats not the original paint they only came in red or black