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I have a 2000 Dodge Intrepid ES for sale, in USA - Ohio. The only reason why I'm selling it is because I never drive it, and I want someone to enjoy the car more than I can. Over $15k spent in mods and maitenence during my time of ownership. Never been in any accidents. Clean carfax. If you're in the market for an intrepid, buy one that's already had most of the work done.

Asking price is $3000

Engine: 3.2L
Exterior: Custom PXR Black Crystal Pearl
Interior: Agate
Mileage: 166K

Runs excellent. Needs nothing. Interior is very clean. Hood and bumper are not in show room condition. Typical rock chips and scratches over time. Very comfortable ride. I've only used Mobile 1 Synthetic Oil and oil filters at every 5k miles.

The following modifications have been performed:

Black diamond head light housings (brand new), HID headlights, AVS Vent Shades, window tint, sound system, concord black cluster gauges, auto headlight switch, leather arm rest lid, 300M chrome shifter, blue LED lighting replacing factory green lighting, 300M chrome door handles, 300M chrome window switches, 03+ Molded cup holder, newer style sail speaker covers, blue lighted key ring mod, custom switch panel with “TREP” lettering, blacked out interior, 300M heated seats, newer carpet, aftermarket muffler, K&N FIPK II air intake, spectre crank case air breather, 245/45R18 Goodyear Eagle F1-GS2 tires, 2007 Dodge Charger Daytona Wheels, Camber adjusting bolts, 300M special sway bar and bushings

Ever since I've owned the vehicle, when something was worn or in need of replacement, I fixed it immediately. Timely fluid flushes and regular maintenence. Over the years, I've changed the following and have records and receipts to document everything:

Window motors and regulators, replacement molding around doors, key less transmitter, AC and heater maintenance, blower motor resistor, blower motor, evap temp switch, evaporator and drier, radiator, radiator cooler lines, thermostat, timing belt, water pump, tensioner roller, tensioner pulley, AC and main belts, PVC valve, EGR valve, crank and cam sensor, IAC and TPS sensor, transmission input and output sensors, NGK laser plugs, NGK O2 Sensors, alternator, battery, gear cable, brake calipers, rotors, pads, brake booster, Master Cylinder.

The following components of the suspension were replaced. Really only the struts needed replacement, but I figured while I had it apart why not do everything. Front and rear strut assemblies, hub bearings, rear sway bar link bushings, front sway bar bushings, front links, lower control arms, ball joints, tension strut bushings, strut rod bushings, outer tie rod ends and inner tie rod bushings. It's all documented here:

Sound System Details: DEH-P6900-UB Head Unit
Ipod 30g
Two 12w3v2 JL audio subs
MB quart RCE 269 6x9
ADS 6.5 component speakers
Alpine MRV-F545 4 channel amp
Alpine MRD-M1005 2 ch amp
1.5 farad Cap
Dynomatted trunk and trunk lid



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