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This 1969 Dodge Dart GT Convertible is a little survivor with 83k miles and repainted once the original color, It is a matching numbers car with the correct small block 273 engine that has been upgraded with camshaft, correct Mopar four barrel intake,carburetor and a big block air cleaner. It has power steering, power brakes, power top, bucket seats with console and automatic transmission. It recently had new dual exhaust with flow master mufflers installed. Also it is rolling on 60 series new tires. It runs, drives and performs great. The paint job is 15 years old and does have some imperfections, but really shows nice still. The top works perfectly and is in good shape, but there are some threads that have come loose, the decal striping says GT Sport which is also not correct. This is a great survivor rare Mopar Convertible that is begging for a big block or keep it original, either way its one great muscle car someone's going to enjoy.
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