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1964 Dodge Dart for sale

Steve writes:  My Dart has a 1966 318 Poly block modified to fit 360 J heads, forged crank, balanced and blueprinted, J and E custom made pistons (333 cu. in.), Eagle rods, Mopar performance 557 lift 292 duration cam, Crane-Gold race roller rockers 1.5 ratio, 360 J heads ported and polished, Weiand tunnel ram intake w/ 2 600 Holleys, fluid damper, 904 tranny w/ low first and second, Cheetah manual reverse valve body, high performance clutch and band pak, Moser axles, Richmond 4.88 gears, sub-frame connectors, fully tubbed, drag shocks and Weld racing wheels.

We also changed out the front end with a 1972 Dart to beef it up for the V8, and for the disc brakes. Then the rear end is out of a 1968 Cuda.

The Dart is not a show car but it is pretty nice. The Mopar also has custom-made upholstery. Still needs a little T.L.C. The Dart was not built for strictly racing because around here (in Kingman, Az. about a half hour east of Laughlin) the car is streetable. If I were going to race it I would probably switch out the manifold and carbs.

I do have over $20,000 in the Dodge but have had some medical bills and just need the money, so I will sacrifice the Dodge for $8,500.

1964 Dodge Dart

Call Steve at 928 530 7010

December 31, 2011

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