The Dart name first appeared as a Chrysler concept built by Carrozzeria
Ghia in the late ’50s, but it wasn’t until 1960 that a production version was released as an inexpensive (no Ghia body) full sized Dodge. Fast forward a few years and the Dart was put
on a diet to mid-sized, but the anorexia continued until 1963 when
it was a compact to compete with Chevy’s Corvair, Ford’s Falcon, and
Studebaker’s Lark. Find this 1964 Dodge Dart offered for $7,200 in Albuquerque, NM via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
This Dart may have started as a simple 2-door sedan/coupe version (not the hardtop because you can see a “post”…I dunno…it is a 50s/60s American car thing) but it now has a 440 cubic inch big block V8 mated to a 727 automatic transmission.
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