This Dart is the poster child for a southern, rust-free car with all original sheet metal! Solid and original floors and trunk floor - it's tough to come by one this original and clean! This one oozes class with its beautiful black ragtop and crisp white interior. Formerly a 6 cylinder, a modified 360 cubic inch V8 now rests under the hood topped with a 4 barrel Edelbrock carburetor taking this Dart from ho-hum to eat my GT dust! A smooth Torque Flite 3-speed automatic transmission and the dual exhaust lets them all know this Mopar is more than a pretty face. You'll notice the elegant, luxury touches throughout on this nicely presented Mopar. The sheetmetal is straight, original, and in excellent shape with tight fitting doors. The chrome is nicely presented from nose to tail with all trim and badges in place. The dash is classic �60's style with a 120 mph readout speedometer and stock AM radio and original heat/defrost controls. Full spare tire with jack rests in the trunk. The staggered tires - 225/65/15 front and 255/60/15 rear performance radials lend a subtle, yet aggressive stance to this sophisticated classic. This is a very nice and complete convertible showing off all its details and square-jawed angles and ultra clean interior that makes you pay attention! For more information or to schedule an appointment to view this car in person, please call us at 715-687-4522 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Redesign gave car more character, 2015 engine update added power
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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.
The Dodge Dart actually started life as a smaller, full-sized vehicle for 1960 and 1961.