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2003 Dodge Intrepid SXT - $4999 OBO

Category: Domestic
Status: Clean Title

I have a 2003 Dodge Intrepid SXT for sale, in USA - Indiana.

Mileage: 112000 miles


Asking price is $4999 OBO ($4499 without Audio Equipment OBO)



I'm looking to buy a Charger so I need to sell my Intrepid. This might be sold to my brother or if the price is right to another lucky individual. I am the 2nd owner and the title is clean.

It's available with our without the upgraded audio components. They're less than a year old and cost me around $500 total. It's a nice system.

2003 Dodge Intrepid SXT
Mileage: 112,000
Water Pump and Timing Belt changed at 100,000 miles
Full Tune up including NKG Spark Plugs at 100,000 miles
Pan drop, with filter / ATF and new Solenoid at 110,000 miles
Battery is a Duralast Gold replaced just a week ago!
AC EVAP, Heater Core, Expansion Valves, Receiver / Drier, and R134 Recharge done at 111,000 Miles - Car blows ICE COLD! Heat works GREAT!
1 Year old tires (16" Goodyear Assurance Comfortread) with 7/8 of the tread left (one is weeks old after a replacement)
35% lifetime warranty tint all around
Aftermarket Prestige 997 remote start / alarm system installed
All New Kenwood Head, Kenwood Components up front, Infinity 6x9s in the back, Alpine 300x4 and 500x1 with a Infinity 12" in the trunk.
5K HID Headlights
PIAA Crystal ION fogs.
V-LEDs LED lights all around with switchbacks in the front turn signals
150MPH Police Cluster
Rain Vents on all four windows
EVIC
Chrome handles and switches
Rare Chrome Shifter
Leather arm rest
Regular oil change interval with Mobil 1 Synthetic and Purolator Gold Oversize Filters. I'll throw two or three extras I have in with the purchase.

There's really only two major visual blemishes. The driver side rear quarter panel has a scratch from when the original owner ran past her mailbox. Also the spoiler's clear coat is peeling away. I have since sprayed it with black plastidip and it looks pretty good. The Plastidip can be peeled off without any harm to paint should you want to paint the spoiler back to factory.

Any questions or if you want more information, please let me know!
 

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