Stk. 2281 1970 Dodge Dart
In the early '70's, the Dodge Dart Custom 4-door sedan was a great value. It was roomy, comfortable and dependable. MOPAR built a winner for the family and this rust-free 1970 Dart has been in the same family since new. It is totally original - a true survivor. The factory Light Green exterior is in excellent condition. A black vinyl top and full wheel covers provide nice accents. Inside, the original green cloth/vinyl interior has been well cared for and is in nice shape. The Dart is powered by Chrysler's bulletproof 225ci motor. This indestructible slant-six is the original engine and has never required a rebuild with odometer reading 27,000 actual miles. It is backed by a Chrysler 3-speed Torqueflite automatic transmission. The starter, battery, dual master cylinder and belts/hoses have been replaced as part of regular maintenance. Front suspension is torsion-bar with power steering and 4-wheel drum brakes. This classic Dart Custom is right from a time-capsule and belongs in your MOPAR collection. Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for additional information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"
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