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 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.
by moparman on Jun 12, 2008 Vehicle: 1994 Dodge Shadow ES 2dr Hatchback
I bought this car already torn down, i am using this car to race at a circle track. The car is completely stock no improvements. It is very fast (won the first and only race so far) I race against people who put 2 grand into the car with performance stuff i bought the car for $450 and have put about $250 into it but that is expected with a race car. Only thing I've had to replace was rack and pinion and a starter(plugs and wires)
by Carl French on Mar 29, 2006 Vehicle: 1994 Dodge Shadow ES 2dr Hatchback
I have enjoyed my Shadow and have found it to be very reliable and economical. I travel a lot of highway miles and it has never let me down when I needed it. It even survived a break enter and theft by a young car thief.
by TJ2 on Sep 13, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 Dodge Shadow ES 2dr Hatchback
I bought this car new in April 1994 and
have had no major repairs. My car has
a manual transmission with overdrive
and has required no major repairs at
95,000 mi. Odometer and speedometer
don't function when outdoor
temperatures exceed 90 F, but in Oregon
that doesn't happen much. Automatic
seatbelt has continued to function
well. Driver side mirror has come out
of its track periodically since it was
new. (fixed 3 times under dealer
warranty, fixed at home since then.
Our fixes last longer.) Good handling
in rain/snow and starts in sub-zero
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