Dodge Dart

1967 Dodge Dart 270 Survivor

Recently, I have been jonesing for a fourth generation Dodge Dart, specifically a ’67 to ’69 version, much like this ’67 Dart example. The simplicity and balance of the design are just perfect in my estimation. And I thought… more»

Mopar Or No Car! Dodge/Plymouth Collection

It’s always interesting to learn what one likes to collect. The problem with car collections, say compared to Pokemon cards, is the amount of space that’s needed. And that space need often necessitates outside storage which isn’t in the… more»

340 4-Speed! 1972 Dodge Dart Swinger

I have been eyeballin’ fourth-generation Dodge Darts for a while now. The clean simplicity of their lines, especially the pre-Federal bumper versions made from ’67 to ’72 presented a perfect balance for a budget compact, an everyday family driver,… more»

Stored 36 Years: 1969 Dodge Dart Western Sport Special

Having been parked in storage since 1986, this rarely seen 1969 Dodge Dart Western Sport Special appears to be in great shape other than the obvious dent in the driver’s door in the photo above. The seller has this… more»

32k Mile Survivor: 1975 Dodge Dart Swinger

The Dodge Dart began as a full-size car for 1960-1961, a mid-size car for 1962, and was then a compact car from 1963-1976. Our 1975 model here comes on the tail end of the run, and is in unrestored… more»

Forest Find! 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger 340

Well, the listing is wrong, this Dodge Dart Swinger 340 is a ’70 model, not a ’72 – similar, but different. Now that we have that out of the way, let’s take a look at this recent outdoor find…. more»

Nicest One Left? 1973 Dodge Dart Custom

Despite having new front bumpers to meet federal regulations for 1973, this 1973 Dodge Dart Custom is really looking sharp. The ’73s also had a new grille, front fenders, hood, and more. The seller has this Dart posted here… more»

Custom Or Hotrod? 1960 Dodge Dart Pioneer

This is a 1960 Dodge Dart Pioneer! It doesn’t look much like one but that’s how it started life before someone with an imagination and some pretty stout skills got a hold of it. There’s a whole lot going… more»

Rare 273/4-Speed! 1967 Dodge Dart GT

Too bad this 1967 Dart GT is on the other side of the country, it’s one that I would like to see up close and personal! As I stated in this 1968 Dart write-up about a month ago, the… more»

Sweet Survivor: 1968 Dodge Dart GT

Were there always this many nice, original survivor cars out there? I guess, there probably were but we just see them more often now with the internet at our fingertips compared to two or three decades ago when we… more»

Showroom Find: 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger 340

In a sea of Road Runners, Chargers, and ‘Cudas, the Dodge Dart gets short shrift – how unfortunate! The 1967 redesign put the Dart on an entirely new plane and the ’68 GTS version with Mopar’s new 340 CI… more»

Rust-Free California Car: 1967 Dodge Dart

For those of you who aren’t into cars with four doors, this one isn’t for you. For the rest of us, we bring you this beautiful California car, a rust-free 1967 Dodge Dart with, gasp, four doors! The seller… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1976 Dodge Dart

The fourth and last generation Dodge Dart was made for a decade, ending with this 1976 Dodge Dart. Well, not this exact one but you know what I mean. The seller has this preserved beauty listed here on eBay… more»

BF Classified: 1962 Dodge Dart

Here is a first-year example of ChryCo’s “down-sized” Dodge B-platform offering in the form of a Dart. While it is not stated specifically, this car appears to be a 330 trim level but let’s take a close look at… more»

Low Mileage Time Capsule: 1974 Dodge Dart

It seems as if certain cars were destined to be collectible and their owners/caretakers knew it long ago. This applies to classics from the depression era but muscle cars from the ’60s figure heavily in this category too. Others… more»

Dirt Cheap Dart: 1974 Dodge Dart Custom

These days, finding classic vehicles for under $1000 is wishful thinking, and if you are lucky enough to find something that cheap, it often tends to be a gamble. However, Barn Finds reader Jack M. came across this 1974… more»