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Old 09-21-2004, 10:51 PM   #1
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1993 Plymouth Acclaim

hey question for everyone, I have a 1993 Plymouth Acclaim that I want to keep and fix up. It has 100k miles and I want to re-paint it and really get it cleaned up abit and I want to get accessories like euro lights and stuff like that. does anybody know of any good websites for Plymouth aftermarket accessories like that??
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Old 09-23-2004, 04:28 AM   #2
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i had a 1994 dodge spirit with the 3.0 v6 and 138k miles great car transmition was the only thing wrong with it liked to slip once in a while, fast car if you have a 4 its not worth it if 6 i'd say keep it a sleeper there is no cool things out for spirits or acclaims no euro lights or anything keep it clean and simple, and make it a sleeper no performance upgrades really either... sorry
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Old 02-27-2005, 09:18 PM   #3
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Actually there are some pretty sweet engine jobs you can do to an Acclaim, I'm in the same position as you (but with a 1992 Acclaim 4cyl) and want to fix it up because its a solid car. Check the net for a guy called Gus Mahon, he tuned a plymouth acclaim to get the quarter mile in 12.27 seconds! That's corvette territory, although the car would handle pretty rough. Just look for an engine swap from a Spirit R/T with the turbo, factory with over 200 horsepower, and get a turbo upgrade, exhaust, tranny job, intercooler, brakes, and as far as you want to go. But there's probably cheaper ways to get a fast car. As far as exterior upgrades, you gotta do it yourself! Fiberglass bodykits were available on the Spirit R/T that might fit the Acclaim. Other than that, just drop it and give it some rims and an exhaust. That's my plan!
Good luck,
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