318 ROLLER MOTOR, TORQEUFLITE AUTO, PWR FRONT DISCS, SHARP RUNNER!!
Here's a Pro Street car that they'll not only hear you coming, but it looks wild enough that they'll easily see you too. It's a good thing this 1968 Dodge Dart makes such an instant impression, because people will be spending most of their time looking at your taillights.
Dodge's flyweight Dart proved the old adage that taking weight out was just as effective as beefing up horsepower. But what if you did both, then painted it a bright green? Well, you'd have this incredible Dart. These have always been the blocky looking bad boys, and now this one will even just about glow in the dark thanks to a fresh coat of Mopar's legendary shade of Sublime green. It also doesn't hurt that this has aggressive black accents in the hood scoop, and the NASCAR-style Dodge big font on the rear fenders. But even with all this custom work, our Dart doesn't skip out on 60s-style chrome, including the grille, hood pins, bumpers, and specialty Eagle wheels rivaling the paint for the perfect shine.
The interior perfectly coordinates with the exterior as the wild green accents work well with the black main features. It looks like this one was restored recently considering the condition of the carpets, door panels, and the extra comfy microsuede seats for all six occupants. The B&M ratchet-style shifter is a clear indication that this is a driver's car. You get a three-spoke Grant sport steering wheel hooked up to provisions for power steering, if you want to use this for cruising. Of course something a little more devious might come to mind the moment you hear the thunderous roar of the exhaust.
Pop the hood, and you'll see one mean-looking 318 cubic-inch V8. This Mopar Magnum is a fresh looking roller motor that has been upgraded with additional goodies such as a Holley electric fuel pump, dual feed 650 CFM carburetor, Accel distributor with Mopar high-energy ignition, MSD performance coil, electric cooling fan, and ceramic headers. It feeds a custom exhaust with performance H-pipe construction and Flowmaster mufflers. Power is sent to stout Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic with 3,000 RPM stall to keep you in the ideal powerband. Just to make sure you get off the line and stay hooked to the pavement, there is a Ford nine-inch rear end running 4.10 posi. When it comes time to stop all this power, you'll be very happy about the front disc brake upgrade.
This Pro Street Dart is an impressive custom build with all the right standout features. It's amazing you can bring it home for such an affordable price. Call today!!
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