Dynamic 88 coupe with 10,300 original miles. This is a survivor except for the paint and distributor. Everything else is 100% original. The seats show almost no wear and the back seat looks like no one ever sat in it. The engine is a confirmed 394 rocket which is rare in a Dynamic 88. It runs drives and idles like new. Everything works, including the AM radio. This car has been either parked in a driveway and driven only on sundays to church and back, or lovingly stored and driven rarely by me. I am the third owner. The first was in West Virginia until 1999, then it was sold to a guy in Baltimore who never drove it, and then to me.
I'm looking for cash or trade. I love the car, I feel guilty about putting miles on it, so I'd rather let it go to someone who will drive it without feeling guilty.
Because of it's popularity, I was not going to restore it, but rather put good wheels on it and air suspension so it rides more like a modern car, but I've run out of money.
The title shows excessive mileage, but by thorough inspection, it clearly is a survivor. All of the lights are original. The original carpet has very little wear and the original floor mats are not worn much. The ODO clearly has not rolled over because the numbers still line up perfectly and under the dash does not looked touched since 1959. The brake pedal shows no wear. The emergency brake light still lights up.
I'd love it if this very special car were taken by someone who would either drive it for what it is, or mod it for how cool it could be.
I have the side-skirts, ORIGINAL wheels and bias-ply tires which still hold air) and two of four original hub caps. The wheels that are on it now are cheap, but the radials are good and basically new.
Trivia: the first car to win the Daytona 500 in 1959 was a Dynamic 88 just like this one.