1969 Dodge Dart on 2040-cars
Richmond, Kentucky, United States
You are looking at a nice 1969 Dodge Dart. A great driver and runs great also. This car has a 383 magnum motor very strong. The motor has been rebuilt, borred 30 over with a 727 transmission. This car has spent it life in Nevada, very solid. This is what has been done to the car:
1. New 3 in exhaust
2. New rebuilt engine
3. New rebuilt transmission with a shift kit
4. All new door seals and rubbers
5. New windshield and rubber
6. New back rubber for back glass
7. New radiator
8. New tires
9. Paint on this car is about 2 yrs old, base coat and clear coat
10. New arm rest
11. All new upholstery from Legendary, Carpet, headliner, door panels, new foam padding for seats
12. New roof rail rubbers
13. New bumpers
14. New shocks for the front
15. New battery
This car is very straight, not perfect but in great condition.
E-mail: Deborahric3129@roadrunner.com Phone #: (859)893-4346
Feel free to come and look at this car located in Richmond, Kentucky
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Auto blogTue, 19 Nov 2013
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