This 1972 Dodge Dart has a well-coordinated color combo, four-on-the-floor, and a nicely upgraded V8. So when you can get it all for such a value price, then you know it's time to pay attention.
This was a terrific year to get a Dart. The front end had a furrowed brow kind of design, and the front bumper wrapped around with a tight look that car companies could never quite get right later on in the decade. The profile looks sporty with its pillarless hardtop. And in the rear, we love .....
the look of the form-hugging bumper that also integrates the tail lights. The red paint has a glossy style, and it makes for a nice background to let some of your favorite parts stand out in high-contrast black. It includes the Go Wing full-width rear spoiler, full-length pinstriping, deeply tinted windows, and a premium black vinyl roof. The overall presentation is about being a driver-quality and driver-ready car. So you won't be stashing it away in a museum, and instead, you'll be driving it without worrying about the pebbles in the road. After all, you know this has a true street machine attitude with the wide dual exhaust tips, hood pins, and Cragar wheels, staggered tires for an awesome stance.
All the black accents of the outside get you ready for the full black interior. It' 's a clean setup, right down to the smooth dash pad and working dome light. There are even some nice cruiser upgrades like cup holders and an AM/FM/CD stereo with an aux input to plug in any music player you want. There are even upgraded front bucket seats that deliver better bolstering and supple leather. But while it makes for a nice cruiser style, you also know the focus is really on the driver. The Grant GT sports steering wheel, full white-faced gauges upgrades, and iconic Hurst pistol-grip shifter get your enthusiast's heart pumping a bit faster.
Under the hood is Mopar's hardy 318 cubic-inch V8 at the center. It has a clean style where you can clearly see upgrades like the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake, and finned Mickey Thompson valve covers. Long tube headers add even more power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. It warms up to be a fun and growling powerhouse, and you are in the center of all the action thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Add in power steering, front disc brakes, and wide BF Goodrich T/As, and you've got a driver's Dart.
This is a fun, distinct, and powerful muscle car cruiser. And the value price is there so you can elevate any features that you want to make this look slick, feel speedy, or gain even more comfort. It makes for a fun Mopar four-speed machine from day one and has a ton of potential for wherever you want to take it in the future. Call today!!!