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No Reserve Runner: 1972 Dodge Dart Swinger

The 1970s Dart Swinger was the hardtop version of Dodge’s popular compact car. It wasn’t quite as sporty as the Demon (later called Dart Sport) which was offered as a fastback. But quite attractive compared to cars like the… more»

Field of Dreams? 1960s Mopar Collection

In many cases when we see a collection or group of vintage cars for sale, they tend to migrate to a particular brand or period. In this case, the seller no doubt has a thing for Chrysler products and… more»

Very Rare 1961 Dodge Dart Seneca Wagon

As the proud owner of several Dodge Darts, including one that was perhaps the second car I ever owned, it’s a delight to see this rare survivor—a 1961 Dodge Dart Seneca wagon. You can find it here on eBay… more»

Hemi Wagon! 1962 Dodge Dart Ramcharger Tribute

Dart was a basic car throughout its lifespan. It began life as a lower-priced full-size model, then was downsized to a lower-priced midsize model, and was reintroduced in 2012 as a lower-priced compact. Mopar being Mopar, though, they decided… more»

Mister Ed: 1968 Dodge Hemi Dart

In my opinion it is a little tacky to drive a muscle car without the hood installed, but in the case of this car, I might make an exception! You are looking at a real-deal vintage race car. This… more»

Former Drag Racer! 1962 Dodge Dart

The 1962 Dodge Dart was a “tween” car. It had been a full-size model in 1961 and would become a compact in 1963. Chrysler downsized their full-size cars in 1962 with dimensions similar to the new intermediate class because… more»

80k Original Miles: 1972 Dodge Dart Swinger

We’ve seen a few reasonably affordable project cars come across our desks here at Barn Finds in recent times, and this 1972 Dodge Dart Swinger is an excellent example of this trend. It needs work, but it could be… more»

Mopar Graveyard: Eight Mopar Project Cars

Gunter Kramer sent us a tip about a seller who has listed eight Mopars for sale on Craigslist in Denver Colorado. The cars consist of a Dodge Challenger, six Dodge Darts and a Chrysler New Yorker. The production years… more»

Bulgarian Barn Find? 1962 Dodge Dart

Buying a classic car can be an exercise that will throw enthusiasts more challenges than most of us would care to imagine. Barn Finder Larry D located this 1962 Dodge Dart, and it will be interesting to see how… more»

408 Stroker V8: 1971 Dodge Dart

As you start looking at the finer details of this 1971 Dodge Dart, you will begin to realize the profound change that it has undergone from its humble roots. It would have been an excellent car when it was… more»

33K Miles! 1962 Dodge Dart 440

One-year-only vehicle models are fairly unusual and that may be a perfect description for the design of this 1962 Dodge Dart 440. They’re fairly consistently on more than a few lists of the “least beautiful” cars (I’m not a… more»

Mopar Collection: Road Runners, Challengers, Darts And More!

Collectors often migrate to certain brands of vintage automobiles. For example, Ford Mustang people tend to go for specific years of like Mustangs, i.e. 1965-66, 1967-68, 1969-70, etc. This seller likes Chrysler cars, mostly Dodge Darts and Plymouth Valiants,… more»

318 V8 Survivor: 1971 Dodge Dart Swinger

The fourth generation of the Dodge Dart would have the moniker’s longest run, from 1967-76. The Dart was the Dodge equivalent of the Plymouth Valiant. A 2-door hardtop variant, the Swinger, would be added to the line-up in 1969…. more»

Time Capsule: 1969 Dodge Dart Swinger GTS 340

Dodge had redesigned its successful Dart compact line-up in 1967, but it lacked pizzazz. That changed in 1969 when they rolled out the Swinger, a sporty 2-door hardtop. And it could be had with a 340 V-8, which turned… more»

6-Pack Equipped: 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger 340

Okay, a Dart Swinger 340 is not that uncommon. They built more than 16,000 of them in 1970 alone. However, it’s not every day that you run across one with a 6-Pack set-up, and I don’t mean beer. From… more»

Original Paint: 1971 Dodge Demon 340 4-Speed

The new Plymouth Duster, with its hip fastback styling, sold like hotcakes in 1970. So, it’s no wonder that Dodge wanted in on the action and introduced the Demon a year later. The Demon was a Duster with a… more»