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Junked 1988 Dodge Raider

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Murilee Martin

Nearly identical to the Mitsubishi Montero, the Raider has become an extremely rare junkyard find.

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By 21st-century SUV standards, the Raider’s interior would be considered intolerably primitive.

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I’ve never seen one of these trucks in a junkyard with fewer than 200,000 miles on the odometer.

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Just barely more than 109 horsepower, with a 5-speed manual transmission. What could be simpler?

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This is about the only real difference between the 1988 Montero and the 1988 Raider.

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Back in the 1980s, high-altitude vehicles had different settings.

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The key in the ignition switch of a junkyard car generally means that the car was a dealership trade-in or insurance total.

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A 1988 Dodge Raider, badge-engineered sibling of the Mitsubishi Montero, found in a Colorado junkyard.

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