You probably were just attracted to this 1967 Dodge Dart because you thought it looked cool and was priced right. Little did you know that this two-door is a sleeper with a powerful upgraded V8 and four-on-the-floor to maximize the fun.
The wide front end and big chrome bumpers give the Dart an imposing look that's perfect for muscle car upgrades. But this one doesn't try to announce its power. Instead, you get to appreciate the classic clean lines of the body. And you can pick up on .....
nice details, like how the wide grille extends beyond the headlights and the rear glass curves inward. It's a terrific sleeper where you're more likely to admire the quality respray of the factory Dark Red Metallic paint rather than notice the large dual exhaust tips. So there's a beauty to this car, and the rumble clues others into its full brawn.
The interior continues the sea of red. And just like the exterior, it's like to impress people with who clean and stock the full setup is. The carpeting, headliner, dash, and upholstery have the fresher look and feel of a proper investment without ever losing that pure 1960s vibe. You'll even appreciate the little classic details, like the texture of the door panels and the working dome light. There are two wide rows of bench seats, and so you can happily offer friends and family a ride. But the best treats are reserved just for the driver. You get the original thin/grippy steering wheel, which gives you a clear view of the factory gauges. But details like the column-mounted tach, auxiliary readouts under the dash, and Hurst shifter signal that this sleeper Dart is hiding something special under the hood.
The tidy inner walls of the engine bay really let you showcase the V8 upgrade. The 360 cubic-inch V8 was still a few years away when this was first built, but it's such an ideal Mopar powerhouse that it makes a nice home in this performance Dart. In fact, we're told this is a fully built setup with a .030 bored over kit, .484 lift Mopar Performance Purple Shaft camshaft, and Rhodes lifters. It also inhales deeper with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock high-rise intake. Long tube headers add power and a great rumble to the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. You have full control over this V8 and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to a four-speed manual transmission.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and factory buildsheet. We love this Dart because it has that right old-school sleeper vibe. That means an incognito style and a vintage power car feeling that loves to keep you connected with the road. It's the kind of classic car fun that lets you feel like you were the king of the Saturday night blacktop back in the day. So if that sounds irresistible to you, call today!