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Here's a 1981 Mirada that found its way to the Netherlands.

Netherlands Mirada

A 1981 Mirada with a vinyl top designed to look like a convertible.
From Houston Mopar Connection Club

Mirada Hardtop

Unknown year Mirada with an interesting hood treatment.
From Lance's Dark Lair


A 1980 Mirada.  These cars were very good looking in their time, though they look dated by today's standards.

1980 Mirada

This 1982 Mirada was delivered with the optional T-top.


Paul Villwock brought my attention to his 1981 Dodge Mirada, and provided the following commentary on it:  "It was my first car (that I drove daily) which is like your first love, something you can't forget. It is now in storage with my other Mopars (~7). It has a rebuilt 318 and tranny thanks to its previous abusive owner. It is an '81 with pre '75 era emissions thanks to a Mopar magazine article and now breathes a little easier. You can also see now that it has a 318 V8 powerplant - after removing a 10 lb. air cleaner, 6' of pipe, air pump, and endless feet of wire harness. It rides on '78 Chrysler Newport rims in the photo. It currently is in need of a Y-pipe but they don't make the tri-catalytic converters Y-pipe any more. Supposedly you can get the '80 Y-pipe with out converters. I may just stick on dual exhaust, a rejetted Carter Thermoquad and an Elbrock Streetmaster intake."  I always enjoy seeing an abused Mopar finding a good home in the end myself.

another Mirada



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