by bladeedge12 on Aug 27, 2012 Vehicle: 1994 Dodge Shadow ES 2dr Hatchback
My 1994 Dodge Shadow ES was my second car, but the first one I bought myself.
It is still the best vehicle I have owned and I'm only on my 7th vehicle!
I regret the day I traded it in, but I got a 1999 Chrysler Concorde for it.
I miss my Shadow.
Should've kept it and restored it.
by slowfastshadow on Nov 12, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Dodge Shadow ES 2dr Hatchback
this is my first car and it was the clanest old car i have ever seen. i put a straight pipe on mine, and window tint with a custom spoiler. this car is just a project, i drive it everywhere but i am going to keep dressing it up. my engine is a v6 so it has some balls. it has a new transmission putt in before i got it with only 69,000 miles on it.
by Andy on Sep 9, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Dodge Shadow 2dr Hatchback
I bought my 94 Shadow in November of 94 with 12,000 miles on it. The following fall it drove 100 miles (round trip) per day to college 5 days a week. It was in a rollover accident in winter of 96. Rolled it back onto the wheels and drove it into body shop. Continued to drive until 2000 when it was sold to my brother for college and had not needed one repair in its 125,000 mile life. Was sold back to me in 2002 for a daily driver work car at which time I drove it up to 200,000 miles replacing only hoses at 185,000 miles. Still didn't use 1 drop of oil between changes. It was only retired due to a severe accident that tore the engine off the motor mounts. The engine still ran after.
by raelee07 on Jan 20, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Dodge Shadow 2dr Hatchback
So, I have had my Shadow for almost four years. And I am super super impressed. It has on it 225,904 miles on it and I am keeping it climbing. I do a lot of traveling. My transmission does not slip a bit and the only big repair I have had to do was the radiator. I tell you no lies. I have had probaby 5 people in the last year offer me at least a grand for it but you know what? Not going anywhere. If and when it does die I want to be the one driving it. If you've got one of these cars, be smart and keep that bad boy. Long live the shadow.
by Jerry on Dec 28, 2008 Vehicle: 1994 Dodge Shadow ES 2dr Hatchback
Purchased new in 12/93 for my trip cross coutry. The 3.0 V6 was impressive stock, but with a couple minor changes (cold air intake, high flow cat & muffler, larger tires & wheels) it would keep up with Mustangs and Camaros of that year. Ran a 14.0 qtr mile at Maple Grove. As a soldier in the US Army I travelled and the Shadow took me everywhere from Louisiana to Alaska. Over 30K / year for the first 4 years with no problems. Went through lots of tires, but that was my heavy foot, not the car.
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