This Dodge Dart Resto-Mod is powered by a 6.1 liter Kenne Bell supercharged HEMI engine mated to a paddle-shifted 4L80E transmission. It is equipped with a AlterKtion independent coil over front suspension., polished Heidt’s Independent coil over rear suspension. Stopping is made easy with in board SSBC brakes and Modern Muscle rims. It has 315 rear tires tucked up into it’s mini tubbed rear giving it an excellent stance. Interior features a custom interior with bucket seats, power drivers seat and a console. The exterior is painted in a Hemi Orange with a stay fast Black canvas top. interior comforts include A/C with a custom dash filled with Auto Meter gauges. additional features include a Be Cool aluminum radiator, Flowmaster exhaust and a Hydro-Boost braking system. Front and rear custom carbon-fiber spoilers have been added.
Tail fins took on many shapes and sizes in the 1950s and ‘60s
Redesign gave car more character, 2015 engine update added power
The Pick of the Day is a stylish two-door loaded with personality
Fond memories of the Darts of his childhood lead him to find another
The Fairplex in Pomona, California, is a fabled location for legions of motorsports and hot rod fans,Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum, drag-racing competitions, gigantic swap meets andf car-club shows.
Not very often would a 1969 Dodge Dart be referred to as rare and unusual, but here’s one that most certainly is.
For the 1971 model year, Dodge got its hands on the two-door hardtop bodywork of the Duster model that Plymouth had introduced the previous year.
If a jack-o-lantern swallowed a race car, the byproduct would be this 1972 Dodge Demon. Essentially a standard Dart sedan with a sporty two-door resemblance to the Plymouth Duster.
I was attending a monthly meeting of the POC and one of our members brought to my attention that in a national magazine someone was selling a Dodge Dart convertible with a SC area code.