For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1969 Dodge Dart GTS. It's stylish canary yellow exterior compliments the all black vinyl interior timelessly with a Hurst shifter that enables you to control the beast with the mashing of the clutch and shifting of each gear. The canary yellow paint is accented with a discrete black striping over the trunk with a functional hood scope depicting it's power and grace. The 383CID V8 packing 383 horsepower V-8 with a 4 speed manual transmission wedged underneath the hood has a center force clutch, pressure plate, fly wheel and a throw out bearing. Not to stop there but the ignition box is updated with an MSD Box under the battery box. Within the interior of this beauty is a replaced dash bezel and chrome dash console. Additionally, this beauty is registered in the GTS Registry. The radio is AM/FM Stereo and has been upgraded. Some of the essentials that have been replaced for your power and convenience are the dashboard console, power steering, and power disc brakes. These replacements are for your comfort and convenience and to ensure your ease of ownership. This beauty also has wipers, reverse lights, horn, hub caps, headlights, gauges, vinyl interior, brake lights, with radial red line tires. The numbers matching engine as backed by the owner is backed by a gear grabbing 4 speed manual transmission. The VIN number is located on the driver's side fender specifically on the inner portion of the fender to ensure proper vehicle identification. The response to this beautiful and timeless classic has been tremendous and will sell shortly. Please do yourself a favor and click on some of the 100 beautiful pictures of this car inclusive of operation video footage as well. If you think too long, it may be too long for this one. Take the first step to ownership and call and just inquire. For more information on this 1969 Dodge Dart GTS for sale please call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or e-mail us at Nashville@GatewayClassicCars.com.
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