Up for sale is this head-turning 1971 Dodge Dart street/strip car.
A lot of money has been spent to make this car what it is today. This car has a built 408 stroker paired with a 727 transmission with a manual reverse valve body and B&M bump style shifter. The motor has been nicely modified to feature aluminum Edelbrock heads, 750 double pumper carburetor and a Comp Cam (specs available to serious buyers). Additionally, the car has new headers, 3” exhaust, MSD, electric fan, and fuel pump. The car does not have power steering or power brakes. The car has a 12-gallon fuel tank and dual batteries mounted in the trunk. The car has Mozer axles, a 3.91 rear end, and CalTracs.
The car has a brand-new interior that is comfortable for the street or the strip. It has a back-half cage and maintains its full back seat. This car has not been tubbed to any degree. This is a non-AC car and it does not have heat either. The car has a Jeg’s tachometer with shift light on the dash. The mount was done nicely and the installer avoided putting a hole in the top of the dash.
I’m told the car has been to the track once and made a couple of test-n-tune passes. I’m told it ran 6.8x in the 1/8th mile. The current owner has never tracked the car and has put less than 500 miles on it in his year of ownership.
This car is not perfect, but it is very nice for a street/strip car. It shows well from 15 feet and is very solid with no rust through at any area of the car. The car does have minor imperfections.
This car has a clean Arkansas title in the current seller’s name.
$31,500 or best cash offer.
Located in Benton, Arkansas