You're looking at one seriously sinister 1974 Dodge Dart. There was
plenty invested in upgrading the V8 power and turning this into an
all-dark machine, but you don't have to pay too much to get this
mean-as-midnight Mopar in your garage.
The glossy black really sets the tone nicely for this Dodge. These
Darts had minimal chrome to really make a high-quality color look
extra-special, and the good luster highlights desirable features,
like the coupe's fastback-style roofline. But it's also important
to notice come cool upgrades. The front end is more like the early
1970s Darts with a smoother look and body-hugging bumper. And
speaking of bumpers, having the front and rear color-matched in
black only adds to this car's attitude. Plus, those new 17-inch
Ridler alloys coordinate with the darkness and give this the stance
of a serious muscle machine.
The darkness continues inside with a clean and black package that
also has been upgraded for performance. The front seats are new
high-back Procar buckets, and the rears are done to match. There's
a center console w/storage in-between the front seats, but what
really gets your attention is the B&M ratchet shifter. You get
a grippy sports steering wheel, and it gives you a clear view to
the full upgraded dash. Toggle switches, upgraded gauges, and an
AutoMeter Pro-Comp Monster Tach are all signs this one is serious
about speedy business.
Just like the rest of the car, the engine bay has a clean and mean
look. The dark inner fenders and firewall funnel your attention to
the bold V8 block in the middle. And even the air grabber and Mopar
valve covers are done in black for an added dose of attitude.
Dodge's mighty 360 cubic-inch motor was rebuilt for extra
performance with a Demon four-barrel carburetor, an air gap intake,
and headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. This also has the
right supporting components, like an MSD 6AL-Z ignition, Holley
electronic fuel pump, and a large aluminum radiator w/electric
fans. As you look underneath the car, you'll spot newer component,
like the gas tank, stainless exhaust pipes, leaf springs, and heavy
duty sway bar. There are also great driving features like the
stoutly rebuilt Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission,
front disc brakes, and the grip of modern BE Goodrich gForce sport
Complete with build receipts, who knew you could get Darth Vader on
wheels for such an affordable price? Call today!!!