by Ex-Dodge Dude on Dec 16, 2002 Vehicle: 1992 Dodge Daytona IROC 2dr Hatchback
The looks sold me right away on the
car and I figured being the little
brother of the Iroc R/T, this bird
should fly... NOT. The seats don't
support the upper back and visibility
for shoulder checking is almost nil.
Use stick-on convex mirrors. Dodge
holds up to it's name in rust,
although all the flairing holds in
alot of junk. Since some bad
experiences on icy highways with
almost new tires, this Iroc is getting
replaced with the same year Z-24. Just
goes to show, looks aren't everything.
Front and rear styling is revised, unsuccessfully. ABS is a new option. Shelby model is replaced midyear by IROC R/T model, powered by a 224-horsepower, 2.2-liter turbocharged engine and limited to a production run of 800 units.
I also remember the HyperPak engines. They were offered only to homologate the Valiants/Lancers for racing and were very hard to come by for the average guy (I know, both my brother and I tried). If m...