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PaPa Dart's 72 Dodge Dart Swinger

Crayola Green

Sit down in the driver’s seat and buckle the seat belt, stick the key in the ignition and give it a turn, two cranks and then that familiar RUMBLE. Man if that doesn't make the hair stand up on the back of your neck you need to make a Doctor's appointment. Got to love the old Mopars!!.

340 cu in. Edelbrock manifold “J” heads 2.02 / 1.60 valves 750cfm Edelbrock Performer Hedman Headers 727 manual shift transmission 8.75 / 4:10 sure grip rear end Nothing but fun!


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ghpcnm on Aug 6, 2012 said:

Very Nice...Love that color, too.

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Anonymous on Aug 7, 2012 said:

Thanks for the kind words.

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Lindseyandson on Oct 22, 2015 said:

I just bought this car Really nice Is there anything you can tell me about the car That you could tell me that y'all did. Like what year it was painted Some history about the car Any info is appreciated lindseyandson@yahoo.com My name is Jeff Lindsey 713-775-8210

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Anonymous on Oct 23, 2015 said:

We had it painted about 5 years ago. The motor is out of a 1970 dart that was gone through about 12 years back. It has a 4:11 positive traction rear end, 727 torqueflite transmission, the headers are about a year old. We were going to go through it again but I had a stroke and we own a prostreet Nova as well so I couldn't work on two cars. We loved the Dart but it was just sitting up without attention for a couple of years after my stroke. It needs some attention but it will make a great show car.

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Lindseyandson on Oct 23, 2015 said:

Thanks for your info I appreciate it

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Anonymous on Oct 23, 2015 said:

Do You have any before pictures Before it was painted while you were restoring it You could send me threw a email or text

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