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1964 Dodge Dart 270 3.7l on 2040-cars

Year:1964 Mileage:57586
Location:

West Linn, Oregon, United States

West Linn, Oregon, United States

Mechanical:

Starts right up and runs and drives good.  Plenty of power with this inline six.  No oil leaks from this car on my driveway.  The only issue is a minor manifold vacuum leak which once the manifold gasket is replaced will help it idle a bit smoother.  We take this car to shows without any issues at all.  Just don't have time or really the need to replace the gasket at this time.  Just purchased new tires and had the brakes done.  Front suspension redone with new bushings and it steers great.  The gauges all work.  It also has a retro police siren and CB on the dash which is pretty cool and functional.  The radio does not work but it is in the dash.  There is a modern stereo in the glove box which lights up but also does not work and I'm not sure why.

Paint and Body:

Original paint on this car.  It's a Triple Black paint code is "BBBW" ( Black upper body, Black lower Body, Black Interior, White stripe).  This is a rare and really favored paint code.  There is minor damage to the left front fender as seen in the pictures and there is minor rust in the rear quarters at the wheel wells as seen in the pictures.  No rust goes thru and overall the condition is excellent with no major rust issues.    Push button transmission works without any issues.

Interior:

All original interior.  Seat covers over the front buckets and some tape on the back seats.  But you still can see the Dart logo on the seats.  Trying to keep it as original as possible.

Overall this car is unmolested and all original minus the retro siren and the radio mounted in the glove box.

We take this car to car shows all the time and we were planing on keeping it, but now to raise some cash for a property we just purchased. 

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Draped in classy red and black Mopar livery, the 2015 Dodge Charger R/T NHRA Funny Car tries to share the front and rear styling with its roadgoing counterpart, plus the scallops along the side, but this racer is all about crossing the finish line first.
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