Evaluation: One of 503 total Daytonas built and represented as one of 92 fitted with a 4-speed in the Chrysler Registry. Fully restored and showing no serious flaws on top or underneath, at least in the photos.
Bottom Line: While the Daytona isn’t as well-known as its cousin the Plymouth Road Runner Superbird, Dodge’s aero car is significantly rarer (Chrysler sold about four times as many Superbirds as Daytonas) and more valuable, plus it came first. This one, while gorgeous, correct, and a standout with the 4-speed, wasn’t represented with its matching numbers engine and explains the somewhat soft price relative to its condition and third pedal. For reference, though, this number would buy just about the best 440-powered Superbird out there.