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Selling a 1964 Dart GT
Only 2,200 made - numbers match!
Only 2,200 of these were originally made. Who knows how many are left? It sounds amazing and hauls ass.
1964 Dodge Dart GT - V8 - Factory 4-Speed
273 cubic inch V8 - Doesn't smoke, starts right up, and runs solid!
4-Barrel Carburetor with matching intake manifold (extremely rare)
Disc Brakes all the way around
Cragar wheels and nice rubber with lots of life left
Classic Vehicle Plates (If kept in WA, No TABS EVER!!!!)
Trunk internals completely redone and painted
Chrome is all there!
All glass is intact (NO CRACKS)
Numbers Matching Car - Original rear end is currently swapped out for lower gear ratio/tougher rear end, but I still have the original rear end, which will be included with the sale. I also plan on throwing in an assortment of other miscellaneous parts I've accumulated for the car .
I redid the majority of the interior of the car as well. New carpet, deck lid, rear seats, and door panels, but both front seats need to be redone. They're toast!
1 Dent in the passenger side fender, mostly pulled out and hit with red primer to stop rust from forming.
Paint is OK, but far from perfect. This car was driven and the paint shows it. The paint looks good from far away, but up close you can see the wear and various nicks, scratches, etc. No body panel rust.
Steering is tighter than it should be and the suspension is in great shape too. Transmission is strong, but the downshift synchro from 3rd to 2nd is getting worn and will grind from time to time when downshifting.
This car has been my baby and I would really like to see it go with someone who will finish what I started. Thanks for checking out my car. Happy hunting!