134406 / 1972 Dodge Demon
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It doesn't take long for car guys to put two and two together. Chrysler may
have intended their compact fleet to be inexpensive grocery getters but,
thanks to their smaller proportions and relatively light weight, the hot
rodding possibilities just couldn't be ignored. This 1972 Demon 340 is one
of the A-bodies that Dodge sent out with some factory heat between the
fenders - A true H-code car that retains its original 340ci V8 and
Torqueflite automatic transmission.
Thanks to a frame up restoration, the car looks showroom fresh. A sleek
coat of TX9 black graces the sheet metal topped by white side stripes and a
flat black hood decal. It's an ominous look and correct for the car
according to the trim tag. From the plainspoken grille to the bright white
taillight panel with its cartoon Demon, everything is in place and ready
for the show field.
The HEMI and 440 Six Pack were both off the option list by 1972 but that
didn't mean the fun was over. The high-winding 340 was finally getting its
time to shine, producing a solid 240 net horsepower in an era when
even top option Corvettes were falling short of the 300hp mark. Lift this
Demon's hood to find the original 340ci V8, authenticated by its casting
number, casting date, and matching VIN derivative. From the Carter
ThermoQuad carburetor to the electronic ignition, the engine compartment
shows with authority.
Behind that 340, the original 727 Torqueflite automatic takes care of
shifting, channeling power back to an 8.75-inch rear end. The torsion bar
front and leaf spring rear suspension are both in place, aided through
corners by factory power steering and hydraulic drum brakes. At the
corners, industrial looking 14-inch steel wheels wear black paint, dog dish
hubcaps, and a set of Goodyear Polyglas F70-14s to finish off that vintage
Pop open the doors on this Demon and you'll be greeted by a restored black
vinyl interior. Given the A-bodies low-budget positioning, there aren't a
ton of options visible but the combination of bucket seats, a
stainless-trimmed center console, and plenty of wood grain applique
certainly give the space an upscale feel. Entertainment is provided by an
original Music Master AM radio.
Regardless if you're a diehard Mopar A-body fan or just a muscle car novice
look for an affordable way to get into the hobby, this Demon is a great
choice. Of the nearly 40,000 Demons produced for '72, only 8.700 of them
carried the 340 and, with its original drivetrain still in place, this one
a perfect example to show off. If you're ready to put a Demon in your lair,
call, click, or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information!
1968 Dodge Dart GTS 383 V8 Mopar Muscle Car
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I thought you would like a look at this beautifully restored 1968 Dodge
Dart GTS, equipped with it's 383c.i. 4BBL Performance Built V8 (Code-62), 4
Speed Manual Transmission (Code-3), 8 3/4 Rear w/ 3.55 Gear Ratio, Chrome
Engine Dress Up, Buckets/Console, AM Thumb Dial Radio, Re-Chromed Bumpers,
Partial Build Sheet, Flowmaster Exhaust System, Rallye Wheels w/ BFG Radial T/A
Tires, Original (PP1) Red Car Now Candy Apple Red, Correct (S6X) Black
Vinyl Interior, Beautiful Recent Complete Restoration! Gorgeous Fit &
Finish! RARE Classic GTS Dart Muscle Car!! Thanks for watching and
commenting, we appreciate it!
134042 / 1969 Dodge Dart GTS
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Assembled as a run-of-the-mill 383 car, then transformed into a 440-powered
strip streak by the Hurst-Campbell Corporation, this Dodge is one of only
640 M-code Darts produced for the 1969 model year. Most of those big engine
warriors were sold to drag racers who needed something tough to whip at the
track and, as a result, Chrysler expert Galen Govier estimates that only 30
The beneficiary of a nut and bolt rotisserie restoration that, by the looks
of the car, was probably completed sometime late last year, this stunning
Dodge coupe has been fully rebuilt from its frame rails all the way to its
correct chrome drip rails. Take a good look at our photographer's highly
detailed pictures and you'll see one slick Mopar that's obviously logged
very few miles since it was thoroughly shaken down. Naturally, two-stage
urethane was chosen to accurately reproduce Chrysler's code F8 Dark Green
finish. And on the outside of that two-stage, a correct white bumble bee
stripe perfectly frames the car's razor-sharp quarter panels.
Original to the car, and subsequently branded with a 2536430 casting
number, a late 1968 casting date and a correct partial VIN, this fully
restored mill makes a Dyno-proven 258 horsepower and 298 lb./ft.
of torque at the chassis' spin-happy rear wheels! That side-stepping
rampage begins when oxygen filters through an organisol covered and "440
MAGNUM" branded air cleaner to a large Carter carburetor and a correct cast
iron intake. At the sides of that intake, stamped steel valve covers cap
original 440 heads which bark into fully restored Exhaust manifolds. At the front of those valve
covers, sparks are sequenced from a reproduction coil to Chrysler
Electronic Suppression Wires via a traditional points distributor. And in
front of that coil, a heavy duty radiator circulates water through
reproduction Chrysler hoses and old school squeeze clamps.
Behind the big motor, a date-correct A727 Torqueflite 3-speed automatic
takes care of gear selection while an 8.75 inch rear end puts the power to
the pavement. Around that drivetrain, an OEM-style chassis remains in place
with torsion bars up front and parallel leafs out back. Cool and confident
stops are provided by a full set of manual drum brakes. And at the corners
of the floor, 14 inch steel wheels spin E70-14 Firestone Wide Oval Super
Sport redlines around chrome 'dog dish' hub caps.
According to this Dart's fender tag, that nostalgic green interior is
indeed factory-correct equipment. And, while many muscle car fans might
prefer a traditional 'coal chamber' cockpit, there's no denying this
coupe's unique presence. The first thing that catches your eye is a trio of
rebuilt bucket and bench seats that are firm to the touch and feature
tightly-pleated covers. A warp-free dash anchors intricate gauges and an
old school Dart Solid State radio in an attractive V-shaped contour. And
the driver spins a simple black steering wheel around a fratzog branded hub
If you're ready to hit the streets in one of the rawest and most brutal
muscle cars to ever roll out of Detroit, don't miss the chance to own this
first class Dodge A-body! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com
for more information.
Dodge Dart (trágico fim) - 1988
Vídeo feito em 1988 de um passeio pelas ruas da Vila Ema que termina de
uma péssima maneira. Podemos ver os trajes, carros, ônibus e viaturas
policiais da época. Época essa em que os V8 eram baratos e abundantes e a
gasolina que apesar de cara nem se compara aos valores atuais...
Detalhe para a trilha sonora da época, bem diferente do lixo imundo que
essa juventude de merda escuta atualmente...
* Editado por Alemão (Escuderia Rebeldes) *
1970 Dodge Dart 340 V8 Sublime Green - 11 Second Street/Strip Car
I thought you'd like a look at this wicked 1970 Dodge Dart 340. It's
painted in the attention grabbing Sublime Green, with a gloss black hood.
Under the hood is a professionally built 340 V8 engine that is punched out
to 391 cubic inches. The 727 torqueflite automatic trans offers a 5000
stall converter and was rebuilt in January 2013. All that power is being
sent back to a 8 3/4 Rear with 4.30 gears. Other options include: Racing
Bucket Seats, roll cage, racing harnesses, cheater slicks, 750 Holley Carb,
Hurst Quick Stick Shifter, Mini Tub Wheel Wells, Cal Trak Rear Traction
Bars, Electric Water Pump, Trunk Mounted Battery, and Electric Fan on an
Aluminum Radiator. This is a well built car looking to terrorize the strip
or streets. I hope you find it interesting....thanks for taking a look!
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars, just outside of St Louis, MO
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
132225 / 1969 Dodge Dart 440
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One of my favorite automotive quotes of all time comes from Colin Chapman,
the guy who founded Lotus, who said, "To add speed, add lightness."
Enter this killer 1969 Dodge Dart Swinger. Starting with a lightweight
compact, the "add lightness" part was already handled. Then you stuff a
giant 440 cubic inch V8 making 500+ horsepower under the hood,
and give it all the equipment it will need to launch straight and safe down
the drag strip. The result is an incredibly fast car that's also incredibly
reliable, without a lot of over-stressed components that will leave you
worrying about breakage every time you crack the throttle. With an
extensive list of top-shelf parts and high quality craftsmanship, this is a
no-compromises car that is as beautiful as it is fast.
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