Selling my 75 Dodge Dart Custom 4 door sedan with a 318 V8/904 automatic transmission. Bought it a couple years ago thinking I was going to do something with it and have moved on to […]
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***Phone Calls Only Please*** This survivor WITH ONLY 87k ACTUAL MILES Is a former mid western car with NO RUST EVER and only one repaint in it’s original color. Rare factory GT package with POWER […]
1960 Dodge dart seneca VIN: 5105129702 condition: good cylinders: 8 cylinders drive: rwd fuel: gas paint color: custom size: full-size title status: clean type: sedan 1960 Dodge Dart seneca ( 3rd owner ) 413 v8. 727 automatic All original glass. ( non broken ) […]
68 Dodge dart 2dr sedan. Car is in very good shape for it’s age. Minimal rust. Mostly around drip rails and lower corners of rear window. Bought this car from a guy that claimed he […]
This 1963 Dodge Dart was purchased NEW by my grandmother in 1963. At age 55 yrs at the time, she had never driven a car before and my father taught her how to drive. This […]
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Brief History of Dodge Dart Nameplate
The Dodge Dart nameplate was used by Chrysler for a line of low priced muscle cars that fluctuated from full to mid-sized and compact from 1960 to 1976. (Please note that Dodge also uses the Dart nameplate today for a car that is not related in any way to the vehicles discussed on this site.)
Original 1st Gen (1960-1961) Dart’s were large sedans and wagons before becoming a mid-sized car in 1962 for a short 2nd generation body redesign. For the 3rd Gen (1963-1966) Dodge adopted the “senior compact” class and finally fell more into a muscle car compact design in 1967 which would carry through to the end of the classic Dart line. 1967 ushered in the GT and GTS trims which could include more powerful 340 5.6L V8 engines and eventually in 1969 the iconic Dodge Dart Swinger 340 was released.
After 1969 Dodge experimented with various trim designs including the Demon, Sizzler, Sport with available hardtop, convertible and coupe options. Although the Dart was discontinued in 1976 due to an ever changing automobile market and demand for better fuel economy; it is still widely known as one of the most successful compact American cars that was available.
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