VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
33 actual miles! Yes, 33- thirty three miles. We purchased this from the estate of the original owner. He was a collector with 175 cars in his private museum. This car is still in the wrappers. It is not your typical R/T, it has the Mopar 11 performance package. It was a very limited edition, only 900 sold in the U.S. and it was a 1 year only. It included some legitimate performance upgrades including the Super Track Pack, 3.91 performance rear, upgraded brakes, suspension and much more. It was also given a long list of cosmetic upgrades from special wheels to a pistol grip shifter. It is has it's original window sticker, manuals and the "gift box". This is a special box of treats unique to the Mopar 11. I read online many people never got their's, this by itself is worth money.
EXTERIOR: It has a sinister blacked out look. The paint is called Pitch Black, it features a Mopar blue over the top stripe. It also has gloss black honey comb grill, rear spoiler, 20 inch black aluminum wheels with unique center caps and Good Year performance F1 tires. Other features include fog lamps, chrome exhaust tips and power mirrors. It has keyless entry and remote start.
INTERIOR: The Mopar 11 package includes Katzkin leather/suede seats with matching Mopar blue stripe and blue stitching. In between the bucket seats it has a pistol grip shifter. It also has bright pedals, machine turned trim, limited edition number plaque and embroidered blue Mopar floor mats which are still in the bag. It is a very roomy, comfortable interior. Full of power accessories. It has dual zone climate, rear of console ducts and heated seats. Touch screen U-connect system.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Yes, it's a Hemi! 5.7 liter, it makes an impressive 370 hp and 395 lbs of torque. It has optional high speed engine controller. It also has a unique has a heavy duty tubular strut support with Billet caps and Mopar engraved right in it as part of the Mopar 11. The engine compartment is absolutely immaculate.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Opens on the key fob. The trunk compartment is pristine. It has a tubular strut support unique to the Mopar 11. It's tied into the suspension with the Mopar tag riveted right to it. Underneath the floor is the original spare and equipment, it's never been out of the car. It also has the optional cargo net still in the bag.
UNDERSIDE: It has the Super Track Pack which improves handling considerably. It also has optional Sport Suspension, Performance Steering, 3 mode stability control, all speed traction control and heavy duty performance disc brakes. It has the 5-speed automatic trans and performance rear end with bigger axles and 3.91 gears. It us still new looking.
I'm very intrigued by this car. It is a very unique limited edition with real investment potential. I love the gift box, pistol grip and the strut supports under the hood and trunk. These are items you typically don't see that makes this extra special. It would also make a great car to use on weekends, attend car shows etc.
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the car's condition in detail.
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20" black wheels
3.91 performance rear
Super Track Pack
Pistol grip shifter
Dual zone climate
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