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Autotrader Find: 1993 Dodge Dynasty With 19,900 Miles

The Dodge Dynasty was a midsize sedan that nobody thought to preserve — except the owner of this one. What you have here is a 1993 Dodge Dynasty that’s currently listed for sale on Autotrader — and, for some reason, it’s traveled just 19,900 miles from new.

Here’s the basic overview. The outside of this Dynasty is burgundy, with a red pinstripe, while the interior is red — and I mean red. The seats and dashboard are bright red. So bright red, in fact, that you’ll wonder if it’s custom work. But it isn’t: this was a common trend in the 1990s, at least for American car brands, to create interiors that were lighter than corresponding exteriors, and to include everything in the bright color.

The impressive thing about this Dynasty isn’t the color scheme, though, but the mileage, as few of these were preserved. The Carfax report shows that this is a one-owner Dynasty sold new in May 1993 in Omaha, Nebraska. It stayed with that original owner until August 2018. Now it’s offered by Gesswein Motors in Milbank, South Dakota, and it’s almost surely the nicest Dynasty in existence, except maybe if one exists in Chrysler’s own museum.

If you want a pristine Dynasty with a bright red interior, this one is offered for $10,750, which is big money for a 1993 Dodge sedan — but maybe not so bad if you want the nicest one in existence. Find a Dodge Dynasty for sale

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