This Dart GT is equipped with a 440ci V8 mated to a built
Torqueflite 727 automatic transmission. This car was completely
restored by a Mopar collector. This was a factory GT with bucket
seats, headrests and console. The original 318 was replaced by a
1972 440ci V8 bored 30 over and balanced. The engine build includes
TRW 10:1 pistons, steel crank, six pack rods, Sig Erson high flow 2
cam, hydraulic lifters, roller rockers, 440 Source Stealth aluminum
heads, M1 intake, and Holley 850 Carb. The engine bay was cleaned
up and wire tucked with hidden hood hinges. Ceramic headers and
custom dual exhaust, shift kit, slap stick shifer, power steering
with Firm Feel state 2 steering box, and disc brakes. Rear end is
rebuilt 8 and three quarters Sure-Grip 489 case with 3.91
Front suspension is all new with Poly bushings and sway bar,
sub-frame connectors, Caltracs traction bars. New gas tandk,
electric fuel pump and brake lines. All new upholstery and dash
Factory console tack and restored instrument cluster. AAR six pack
hood. Rear wheel wells were widened with factory look to fit the
265 Hoosier Pro Street Radials.
WOW! Must be seen.
This vehicle is located at Atomic Motors in Henderson, Nevada just
20 minutes from the fabulous Las Vegas Strip! Call Bill at
702-556-0888 or the dealership at 702-826-3811 for more
1968 Dodge Dart GT
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