Dart

No Reserve Project: 1960 Dodge Dart Pioneer

Dodge introduced the Dart in 1960 as a smaller and more affordable offering within the company’s product range while also filling a void created by DeSoto’s demise. It offered three trim levels, with our feature car rolling off the… more»

Mopar Project: 1971 Dodge Dart Swinger

The Dodge Dart was a chameleon in the Chrysler line-up: it was first introduced for model year 1960 as a full-sized car, then spent a year in the mid-sized segment before settling into the compact category until the last… more»

Rare 4-Speed: 1968 Dodge Dart 4-Door

From 1963 through 1976, the Dart was Dodge’s entry in the crowded compact car market. And in 1968 alone, they sold nearly 172,000 copies. Many of them were basic 4-door sedans like this one. But how many of those… more»

Solid Project: 1968 Dodge Dart GTS 340

The Dodge Dart doesn’t generally seem to get the same amount of attention as some of the other Mopars when it comes to high performance, which is understandable, as in basic form it was typically considered one of the… more»

Spotless Presentation: 1971 Dodge Demon 340

Dodge launched the Dart Demon in 1971 as a stylish economy car, but in 340 form, it offered excellent performance. The badge would survive for a mere two years, but these cars remain firm favorites among Mopar enthusiasts more… more»

Update: Nicely Optioned 1975 Dodge Dart Sport

UPDATE 12/03/2023: We’ve recently seen a few desirable classics at Barn Finds that have failed to sell on the first try. This 1975 Dodge Dart is a perfect example of that trend because while the previous auction bidding reached… more»

Stored 40 Years! 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger 340

The 1970 Dodge Dart incorporated one significant change regarding engine choices over the previous year’s model, as the option to equip your ’70 Dart Swinger with a 383 was nixed over the company’s apparent concerns that it might interfere… more»

Swinger 340 Project: 1969 Dodge Dart

U.S. automakers went after more youthful buyers in the 1960s, beginning with the muscle car market movement in 1964. But it didn’t stop there, at least for Chrysler. Hoping to generate more interest in its rather boxy compact Dart,… more»

Plenty Of Possibilities: 1974 Dodge Dart Swinger

It doesn’t quite stand out to the extent of Hemi Orange or some of the other High Impact colors Dodge was offering not long before this 1974 Dart Swinger was born, but nonetheless, the E5 Bright Red finish sure… more»

273-Equipped: 1967 Dodge Dart Convertible

With winter fast approaching, now might seem like an odd time to splash the cash on a classic Convertible. However, nothing could be further from the truth. The cold weather allows the opportunity for an owner to spend time… more»

Rebuilt 360 V8: 1973 Dodge Dart Swinger

The Dart was a compact car offered by Dodge for most of its life (1963 to 1976). A redesign in 1967 improved its styling and sales. 1969 is when the Dart Swinger 2-door hardtop arrived to attract younger buyers… more»

Inspection Encouraged: 1972 Dodge Dart Demon 340

This 1972 Dodge Dart is an unassuming vehicle, and you must look closely to spot the Demon badges on its front fenders. It still gives little away, with no indications that its engine bay houses a 340ci V8. The… more»

Nicest One Left? 1974 Dodge Dart Swinger

The final generation of the Dodge Dart and Plymouth Valiant compacts (1967-76) produced some generally reliable automobiles, but their initial styling wouldn’t do much to raise the pulse. So, Dodge added the Swinger 2-door hardtop in 1969 and Plymouth… more»

4-Doors/4-Speed! 1968 Dodge Dart Sedan

Dodge redesigned its Dart compact in 1967 and that resulted in a popular car that would continue in production through 1976. Tens of thousands of 4-door sedans were built each year as economical family sedans. But how many of… more»

Cheap Project? 1964 Dodge Dart GT

The Dodge Dart was one of Chrysler’s answers to its dealership and sales shuffle during the late 1950s and early 1960s. The precipitating event was a sales plunge in response to styling miscues at Plymouth. Virgil Exner’s “Forward Look”… more»

340 Candidate? 1971 Dodge Demon

In the wake of the successful launch of the Plymouth Duster (a Valiant fastback), Dodge lobbied for and got its variant, the Demon. The little car with the devilish name debuted in 1971 and was essentially a Duster with… more»

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