Dodge Dart

707 HP Hellcat-Powered 1967 Dodge Dart!

I’m not sure who submitted this 1967 Dodge Dart, but it is appreciated because it is one epic ride. Known as “Shart Cat” this ride was built by Gas Monkey Garage to compete against Roadkill. The car is currently… more»

Rare Hang 10 Edition! 1975 Dodge Dart Sport

Dodge put out many special edition cars, trucks, and vans in the 1970s and a lot of them were not much more than graphics packages. Nevertheless, I’m a big fan of graphics-induced special editions like this 1975 Dodge Dart… more»

Slant-Six Sport: 1974 Dodge Dart Sport

The Plymouth Valiant and Dodge Dart were battling it out in the sales department within Chrysler’s one-big-happy-family, and the Dart was losing the battle. This 1974 Dodge Dart can be found here on eBay in Glendora, California. There is… more»

Rust-Free Ragtop: 1964 Dodge Dart 270

With yet another 5-6 inches of snow coming down here, my thoughts turn to summer. Who am I kidding, I have never liked winter and I’m always thinking of summer. What better way to get your Vitamin-D fix than with… more»

Top-Down Fun: 1967 Dodge Dart GT Convertible

At some point during its life, this Dodge Dart GT has undergone a repaint. The owner describes the paint condition as being 7 out of 10, but the photos tend to make it look a bit better than that…. more»

$2,450 V8 AC Dart: 1974 Dodge Dart Custom

Other than the giant mandated bumpers front and rear, I really like the formal look of this 1974 Dodge Dart Custom sedan. It has almost a classic 1950s look where a person could wear a hat while driving or… more»

Big Block 4-Speed! 1968 Dodge Dart GTS

To hear that a 50-year-old car has no rust on it is music to my ears and to the ears of probably a few million other old car fanatics. Most of us have dealt with rusty cars and it’s… more»

Two Years Only: 1971 Dodge Dart Demon Sizzler

The Demon name appeared in the Dodge Dart range in the 1971 model year, but by the end of the 1972 year, the name had disappeared. Dodge made the decision to drop the name due to the fact that… more»

30 Year Slumber: 1973 Dodge Dart Sport Convertriple

This Dodge Dart Sport has just emerged from a barn after a 30 year slumber. The seller now has too many projects on his hands, so has decided to part with this car. It is listed for sale here… more»

Solid Start: 1968 Dodge Dart GT

This 1968 Dodge Dart GT is advertised for sale here on eBay. It is located in Yucaipa, California, and is offered with a clean California title. At the time of writing, bidding was sitting at $4,050.

Not a Clone: 1965 Dodge Dart GT

The owner of this 1965 Dodge Dart goes to great trouble to stress that our feature vehicle is a genuine GT and not a clone. This particular Dart is offered for sale here on Craigslist. Located south of Danville,… more»

Patriotic Mopar: 1976 Dodge Dart Spirit Of ’76 Edition

Ah, 1976 and the run up to the nation’s 200th birthday was complete. Everything was red, white and blue, stars and stripes and Uncle Sam. We beat the odds, overcame adversity and now it was party time.  And to… more»

Rust-Free 340 4-Speed! 1968 Dodge Dart GTS

The Dodge Dart GT Sport, or GTS, was made for the 1967 through 1969 model years and this 1968 Dodge Dart GTS is a California car that’s now located in Fort Worth, Texas. It can be found on Craigslist… more»

Dealer Conversion: 1963 Dodge Dart Pickup

We have seen custom pickup conversions quite a few times here but the seller talks about this one being done by the dealer when this car was new. This is a 1963 Dodge Dart pickup and it looks interesting,… more»

$2,000 V8 Dart: 1963 Dodge Dart 270 Wagon

Coming just one year after my personal favorite generation of Dart, the one-year-only 1962, is this 1963 Dodge Dart 270 Wagon. It looks like your average Dart wagon, nothing really too special except for appearing to be in pretty… more»

Extreme Muscle! 1969 Dodge Dart 440

It’s safe to say no one accidentally ordered their normally-thrifty 1969 Dodge Dart with the M Code 440 simply because they said to the sales person “Oh, and I want the big engine, too.” No; folks ordering up these… more»