2005 Dodge Magnum R/T - SOLD
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It’s all original paint, so the car has never been wrecked or patched up, and with just under 29,000 original miles, it has obviously been loved.

28,829 original miles. Great color combination. New Continental tires. Completely stock except Flowmaster cat-back exhaust. Everything works, runs and drives properly. Dodge’s awesome Magnum wagon is the hauler with attitude!

When the Magnum dropped, it was an instant legend. A burly station wagon with HEMI power under the hood? Where do I sign up? Like all the other V8-powered rear-wheel-drive Chrysler products of the time, there were a dizzying array of options and trim levels, with the R/T being the most popular. The R/T combines traditional rear-wheel-drive performance with a big honkin’ V8 up front—I’m still shocked that they didn’t sell millions of them. Instead, they remain relatively rare, which is why we’re so excited about this 2005 example. It’s the car you wanted to buy 20 years ago but couldn’t quite make it work. The Mineral Gray Metallic finish is suitably aggressive without being over-the-top, and we like the iron fist in a silk glove image that this car portrays. It’s all original paint, so the car has never been wrecked or patched up, and with just under 29,000 original miles, it has obviously been loved. That means no winters, no trailer towing, and none of the heavy-duty jobs that wagons are usually assigned. It’s just a super clean Magnum with no stories. We like that a lot.

The interior is finished in gray leather, giving the Magnum a much more upscale feel than the wagons you might have enjoyed when you were a kid. From the driver’s seat, it’s not much different than a Charger or 300M, with a fat steering leather-wrapped wheel, supportive bucket seats, and a full complement of sporty looking round gauges. It also comes with all the amenities, including cold A/C, power windows, locks, mirrors, and seat, a tilt steering column, and a decent-sounding AM/FM/CD stereo system. The upholstery is in excellent condition, with only the driver’s seat showing a few creases from nearly 20 years of use, but no splits or tears in the leather—it’s holding up really well. The carpets are excellent, and the door panels look new. This car obviously didn’t spend a lot of time out in the elements. We’re pretty sure the back seat has never been used, and the spacious cargo bay makes this the most practical muscle car you can own. The cargo bay is also outfitted with a heavy-duty liner so no worries about using it as intended. The only possible demerit on the entire car is that the left rear power window is sometimes fussy, but that’s a pretty small demerit in a car this cool.

All those cool points come from the 5.7-liter HEMI V8 under the hood. Rated at 340 horsepower and a rather shocking 390 lb-ft. of torque, it makes the big wagon feel downright fast—because it is! It’s also fuel injected with modern controls, so it starts easily, idles properly, and always works like it should. And given the HUGE aftermarket that has sprouted around these cars, this one remains almost entirely stock except for a set of Flowmaster mufflers and polished stainless tips under the bumper. It sounds awesome! Otherwise it’s just the way the factory intended and you can see that it has been properly maintained and is super clean under the hood. Even the original decals and markings are still intact. The 5-speed automatic transmission is the right choice in a wagon, and it always seems to serve up the right gear to make the most of the HEMI’s prodigious output. This is still a very fast car! The all-independent suspension also makes it a capable handler (well, relative to your parents’ wagon, anyway) and 4-wheel disc brakes are plenty powerful. Glance underneath and you can see that this car is extremely clean with zero rust issues beyond some surface scale on the heavy bare metal parts. 18-inch alloy wheels look awesome and carry fresh 235/55/18 Continental radials.

Documentation includes the original factory owner’s manuals and laminated window sticker.

It’s unlikely we’ll ever see a car like this again from a major American automaker. Given America’s obsession with trucks and SUVs, station wagons just aren’t as popular as they used to be. That’s a shame, because this sucker works REALLY well as both a fun car and a practical car. If you can have just one car, why not take a closer look at the Magnum? Call today!

Harwood Motors always recommends and welcomes personal or professional inspections of any vehicle in our inventory prior to purchase.

Vehicle: 2005 Dodge Magnum R/T
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: 121050
Odometer Reading: 28,829 (actual)
VIN: 2D4GV58295H589722
Engine: 5.7 liter HEMI V8
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Gear Ratio: 2.82
Wheelbase: 120 inches
Wheels: 18-inch aluminum wheels
Tires: 235/55/18 Continental radials
Exterior Color: Mineral Gray Metallic
Interior Color: Gray leather
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