Dart GT

Driver-Quality Slant-Six: 1967 Dodge Dart GT

Chrysler redesigned its compact cars for 1967, giving the Dodge Dart and Plymouth Valiant new leases on life. That iteration would prove quite popular and remain in production through 1976. The GT was the sporty version of the Dart… more»

Upgraded 340: 1968 Dodge Dart GT

It can sometimes be challenging to determine whether a particular classic is desirable, but when a car attracts sixty-two bids in under four days, you know the seller has a winner on their hands. Such is the case with… more»

Ready To Rumble: 1967 Dodge Dart GT 360 V8

Chrysler redesigned its compacts in 1967, the Plymouth Valiant and Dodge Dart. Within the Dodge camp, the GT was the sporty version of the little car, but it came standard with a Slant-Six engine. The seller’s nicely restored (we… more»

1 of 50: 1966 Dodge D-Dart

The Dodge Dart was largely a mundane compact car for most of the 1960s. But there were a few notable exceptions, like a 1969 Dart Swinger 340 or the 1966 D/Dart. If you’ve never seen a D/Dart, that’s because… more»

Slant-6 Mopar: 1965 Dodge Dart GT

The Dart was Dodge’s compact offering from 1963 through 1976. The cars were built on the same platform as the Plymouth Valiant, which would be the bigger seller of the two. In 1965, the Dart GT was the top-of-the-line… more»

No Reserve Rarity: 1967 Dodge Dart GT Convertible

When you look at vehicles like this 1967 Dodge Dart GT Convertible, they seem to confirm that there is still a ready supply of desirable classics languishing in barns and sheds awaiting the right person to liberate them. It… more»

No Reserve: 1967 Dodge Dart GTS

When Dodge introduced its Fourth Generation Dart for the 1967 model year, it brought a fresh new look. Beneath the skin were engineering changes designed to allow it to accept larger engines. Unveiled with little fanfare late in the… more»

Original 318: 1969 Dodge Dart GT Convertible

There’s a solid attraction for classic cars that can be driven and enjoyed while the owner tackles any restoration work. They offer instant gratification, but the opportunity for that person to place their mark on the vehicle. That is… more»

Running Project: 1963 Dodge Dart GT Convertible

The Dart began as a full-size car in the Dodge lineup in 1960. When Chrysler redesigned their compacts in 1963, the Lancer name was dropped, and the Dart took over those duties. It would continue in that role through… more»

Drop-Top Project or Parts? 1969 Dodge Dart

Dodge’s compacts (along with Plymouth’s) were redesigned in 1967 and those changes would last through the end of the nameplate’s run in 1976. There were popular but not inspiring until Dodge started dropping bigger engines and 4-speeds in them…. more»

Survivor or Restoration? 1970 Dodge Dart GT

The fourth generation of the Dodge Dart (1967-76) would be its most successful in terms in sales. The two and four-door sedans would appeal to families seeking inexpensive transportation, while the hardtops and convertibles targeted those who wanted sporty… more»

50th Anniversary Edition: 1964 Dodge Dart GT

If you are searching for a solid classic, then it is hard to look beyond the state of Arizona as a happy hunting ground. That state’s dry climate is excellent for preserving metal, and this 1964 Dodge Dart is… more»

Easy Restoration: 1967 Dodge Dart GT

Runs, registered, roadworthy, rust-free. That’s not a bad combination to find when you’re hunting for a project car, and it’s precisely what the next owner will be getting with this 1967 Dodge Dart GT. This original survivor would seem… more»

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