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'95 ES 3.3
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Added so far:
Limo Tint.
'98 ES wheels
Prop.valve and rear discs.
Kenwood deck.
Autostick Conversion.
Second Gen. Trailing Arms.
Power antenna.
Rear spoiler.
Re-Finished Rear Pillar Covers.
OTIS and auto mirror.
LHS rear exhaust section.
Second Gen. Badging.
Leather Console Lid
Passenger Power Seat Assembly


Parts replaced in 8 years:
Plugs.
Strut rod (tension rod) bushings.
Tranny (out when I bought the car).
Battery.
Water pump.
Inner tie rod bushings.
Headlight switch.
A/C transducer.
Rear Door Lock Assemblies.

Old car needs paint on the hood and top, but still looks decent everywhere else I think.
















In response to your email, we are pleased to provide the vehicle build information per your request. As per our records, your 1995 Dodge Intrepid was equipped from the factory with the following:

Premium Cloth Bucket Seats
Remote/Illuminated Entry Group
Monotone Paint
90 Amp Alternator
600 Amp Maintenance Free Battery
Anti-Lock 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
Low Back Bucket Seats
Front Height Adjust Shoulder Belts
Next Generation Front Air Bags**
Floor Carpet
Cargo Compartment Dress-Up
Cargo Net
Front Floor Mats
Rear Floor Mats
Front & Rear Floor Mats
Passenger Assist Handles
Full Length Floor Console
All 4-Speed Automatic Transmissions
4-Speed Automatic Transmission
Lock-Up Torque Converter
2.5 Overall Top Gear Ratio
All Engines
3.3L V6 MPI Engine
Tinted Glass Windows
Sunscreen Windshield Glass
Rear Window Defroster
Rear View Day/Night Mirror
Sun Visors w/Illuminated Vanity Mirrors
Left Power Heated Fold Away Mirror
Right Power Heated Fold-Away Mirror
Power Heated Mirrors, Fold-Away
All Vehicles W/Power Mirrors
Keyless Entry
Air Conditioning
Hood Insulation
Instrument Panel
120 MPH Primary Speedometer
Tachometer
Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers
Cigar Lighter
Dual Note Electric Horns
Locking Glove Box
Cowl Mounted Hood Release
Body Controller
Power Locks
Power Trunk Lid Release
Power Windows, Driver One-Touch
Power 8-Way Driver Seat
Power Driver Recliner Seat
Illuminated Entry
Warning Chime
Headlamps On Warning Chimes
Message Center
Glove Box Lamp
Ash Tray Lamp
Ignition Halo w/Time Delay Lamp
Front Courtesy/Map Lamps
Door Courtesy Lamps
Rear Courtesy/Reading Lamps
Under Hood Lamp
Trunk Lamp
Halogen Headlamps
Fog Lamps
Front License Plate Bracket
Black Windshield Moldings
Upper Door Frame Moldings
Day Light Opening Moldings
Painted Backlight Moldings
Federal Emissions
Speed Control
Char-Gold Satin Glow
All Radio Equipped Vehicles
AM/FM Cassette Radio
6 Speakers
Speed Sensitive Steering
Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
Touring Suspension
Tilt Steering Column
All Tires
Compact Spare Tire
P225/60R16 BSW AS Touring Tires
16X7.0 Cast Aluminum Wheels
Build To U S Market Specifications
Manuf Statement of Origin
7 Additional Gallons of Gas
 

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Ride looks very clean. Love the front ends with no plates they look so clean! Any inside pictures?
 

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Nice Looking Ride!

I like the little touches like the boot, DI.Net stickers, and the '98 wheels.

What kind of wing is that?
Thanks.
Not sure if the spoiler is factory or not, but it did come off a red 'Trep in a yard.
 

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Absolutley gorgeous trep, wish she were mine!!
And you sir !!
That coming from someone that had a car like you had, means tons to me.
Very much appreciated, thanks.
 

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Thanks crypt.
 

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Added cluster to complete A/S conversion.
 

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Looking better then ever! I'm also interested in my build sheet lol
 

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Thanks buches for the edit Nick. Much appreciated.
I got my build from here.
http://www-5.chrysler.com/wccsapp/universal/C/index.jsp?appStr=wccs&titleStr=Contact+Chrysler&familyStr=brand&franchise=C&actionURL=%2Fwccs%2Fbrand_forms%2Fus%2Fwebform.jsp&promotion=null&category=U
Filled it out, and put "vehicle history and factory options" in the "reason for contacting" line.
Got it back in a couple days, along with unsatisfied recall repairs, and closest dealers to get it done.
Mine only has the shifter recall open, but since I've changed to A/S, it probably does not qualify now, as that was not a factory item on mine.
 

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I love the color of your car. Keep up the good work.
Thanks.
Actually it needs paint, but the color is $375.00 a gallon for the base, and $150.00 a gallon for the clear, so I'm seriously considering Black Laquer.
I don't do base/clear, but I can do Laquer, it's so easy to fix the next day.
 
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