Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is very pleased to present for
sale, on consignment, this stunning 1969 Dodge Dart Pro Street!
Let's cut to the chase and get to talking about the elephant
sticking out of the hood. Lurking beneath the hood and that
electric PPG blue paint is a Ray Barton built, blown 426 Hemi with
aluminum heads matched to a TorqueFlight reverse valve body 727
transmission. Power is transferred through a Dana 60 posi-traction
rear end with 4:10 gears and it equipped with a line lock for those
much desired smoky burnouts. This setup only has 300 miles on it
since being built! Other notable features are air conditioning,
vinyl low back seats, roll cage, 5 point racing harnesses, electric
actuated trunk, 15 gallon fuel cell, autometer gauges and exhaust
cut outs. Massive tubs were put in place to house the Goliath
proportioned 32x17.50-15 Mickey Thompson slicks that give this Dart
the menacing look from the back. The engine is tuned for both pump
and race gas, with a swap of a supercharger pulley and race gas in
the tank you are looking at around 1000hp. The custom Hemi stripe
on the back and the plate on the front makes sure that everyone
knows what they're messing with. Give us a call today to find out
how to bring this beast home with you so you can giggle at the
neighbor's new Corvette.
1969 Dodge Dart
Exterior Color:Brilliant Blue
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