1967 Dodge Dart Convertible
Widely regarded as one of the most successful compact platforms to ever roll out of Detroit, the Dart offered buyers the same excellent combination of performance and style in the '60s as it does today. Whoever says you can't own a nice muscle car without mortgaging the house obviously hasn't been to the Classic Auto Mall where we take pride in selling Detroit's nastiest and most storied creations.
For consignment a Dodge Dart GT Convertible.
At the front of this beautifully painted in white car, a body-width stainless grille centers two large parking lights between two larger headlights, a pristine chrome bumper and a silver on black trimmed “GT” emblem. Above that grille, the car's defined hood props Dodge's familiar chrome-trimmed power bulges in front of like-new glass that's cleared by satin finished wipers, framed by well-maintained stainless trim and capped by a correct white top. Below that glass, multi-faceted body panels, which add an unmistakable vintage flavor to the design, are detailed with correct stainless wheel lip moldings. front quarter panel fender emblems combine with a belt line molding in white framed by chrome, perfectly complement traditional chrome door handles and a stylish driver's mirror. And at the back of the car, a silver valence hangs a 4th GT emblem off center to the right. Simple fanned out tail lights, a second pristine chrome bumper and traditional stainless exhaust tips bring up the rear.
In total beautiful black, the car's cockpit was correctly restored all the way down to its paneled door frames. The front bucket and rear bench seats are firm to the touch and feature correct black covers that show no signs of tear or separation. At the bottom of those seats, fade-free black carpet is protected by stylish “Dart” branded floor mats; and between those seats, a factory correct console frames Dart factory shifter in bright chrome trim, and a top that resembles the Space Needle in Seattle. The car's pristine padded dash hangs an old school horizontal speedometer beside a correct Dodge solid state AM radio. In front of the driver, a restored steering wheel spins stylish satin spokes around perfect black ribbed foot pedals. At the sides of the seats, fresh door panels hang new chrome hardware between straight stainless trim, Dart GT emblems and stain-free armrests. And behind the cockpit, a fully restored trunk props a brand-new mat below a restored bumper jack.
A 225CI inline 6 cylinder backed by a Torqueflite automatic transmission sits inside an original (unrestored but very clean) engine bay.
All clean and mostly rust free (minor surface rust) environment, structurally solid, and ready to roll. Flowmaster dual exhaust winds its way underneath as well.
A family mover resting on the laurels of more powerful models, this convertible Dart is your chance to get in on the ground level of Mopar Muscle. All over nicely restored, a quick starter, and smooth runner that is priced right.