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1973 Dodge Dart - Lime Muscle Car
The Dart was part of a class of cars I call the budget muscle cars. I guess it could also be called a mini muscle car, because it was a relatively small 2 door coupe. Other Mopar budget muscle cars made for the young (and poor) car buyer included the Plymouth Roadrunner. A mini muscle competitor would have been the AMC AMX, which looked similar to the Dart in its later years.
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The American Cool
From James Dean to Dodge Chargers to Steve McQueen, and everything in between, this is vintage Americana
Ford Mustang Information
Pictures and information about the Ford Mustang from 1964 / 1965 through 2006
The first Darts made in 1960 were not small at all, but rather a budget car for the poorer demographic. It had fewer options and competed with Chevrolet Impala and Ford Galaxie. The 1961 model was a styling nightmare, with reverse fins and a concave grille. The car continued to get smaller in 1962, as Dodge tried to predict what its competitors would do. Chevy and Ford ended up making their cars much bigger. The Dart was redesigned again in 1967, and it got more sporty. The Dart GT and GTS had good performance numbers, as did the 1968 Hurst Hemi Dart, which quickly became the king of the 1/4 mile track. It was an unbeatable beast in a drag race, unless you knew how to really tweak a powerful engine. The power to weight ratio in these special Darts made it the best "made for the drag strip" car of its time. The performance models would use the Demon name in the 1970s, until being changed back to Dart after Dodge was pressured by Christian groups. The Dart name was retired in 1966. The car had earned a reputation for being cheap, fast, and actually very reliable. They were called bulletproof for a good reason. They are still popular on the collectible car market, but you can find them cheaper on eBay. You can also find lots of old used parts in great condition for cheap. This is a great car to buy and rebuild as a muscle machine that you can easily build to beat the stock Corvettes and even the performance mod Mustangs.
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The specs and history of this car / truck / vehicle were found from various sources, including Car & Driver, Motor Trend, Road & Track, online car websites, and TV shows like Motor Week and Car Crazy. If any of my car history data is incorrect, please give me a history lesson by emailing me at carhistory ['AT' Symbol] (I removed the @ in hopes that it will prevent spam)