Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to present this 1989 Dodge Dakota. The first-generation Dodge Dakota convertible came into being in 1986. A mid-sized pickup truck created using a variety of components from existing Chrysler vehicles, a no non-sense workhorse. The idea for such a vehicle was allegedly inspired by the Southern California surf scene. The convertible Dakota was introduced for the 1989 model year. The only engine available was a 3.9-liter, V6 good for 125 hp from factory. Backing this V6 is a 4-speed Automatic Transmission. Standard equipment included velour seats, power windows, and door locks, fog lights, and anti-lock brakes on the rear axle (as well as unique graphics). Options on this 1989 Dodge Dakota Convertible include: AM/FM Radio, Cloth Interior, Manual Convertible Top, Power Brakes, Power Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, and Seatbelts. If you happen to love weird vehicles, it's impossible not to find this Dakota fascinating. If you're ready to sample one of the most unique pickups ever offered, this Dakota Convertible is for you!