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1973 Dodge Dart Sport 360 5.9l V8 - 95% Restored Immaculate! Buy It Now! on 2040cars

US $13,500.00
Year:1973 Mileage:12345 Color: Green / White
Location:

Mooresville, North Carolina, United States

Mooresville, North Carolina, United States
Transmission:Automatic
Body Type:U/K
Engine:5.9L 5899CC 360Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
Vehicle Title:Clear
Fuel Type:GAS
For Sale By:Private Seller
Year: 1973
Interior Color: White
Make: Dodge
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Dart
Trim: Sport
Drive Type: U/K
Mileage: 12,345
Exterior Color: Green
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

1973 Dodge Dart Sport 360 5.9L V8

Beautifully Restored MOPAR- See Video Below

My brother and I restored this beautiful car, but now we need to sell it. Our loss is your gain. It is sitting at a friends shop so if you'd like to arrange a pre-buy/bid visit let me know. We were initially just going to repaint it, but took it down to just a shell, and couldn't justify putting crap back into it. The only thing we didn't replace was the dash. We did cover the dash.  I did update the gauge panel with new decals, and completely redid the gauge cluster. There are a few items we have for it that weren't installed for these pics which of course will come with the car; glovebox, new dash decal (the one I installed wasn't quite a match), and dome light cover.

 

Every bit of bodywork was done with either replacement metal or Tigerhair. we removed every piece of trim and refurbished or replaced. All new rubber on seals and such.  Bottom line, the only thing I would do to make this pristine would be to find a new dash for it since some retarded kid decided to cut the dash to install a radio.  Other than that it looks and runs amazing!

New Items in Motor:                                New Items Interior:                      New Items Misc:

1. Alternator                                             1. Carpet                                       1. Rally Sport Rims and Tires

2. Starter                                                   2. Headliner                                  2. Door, Windshield, and Rear Window Trim

3. Battery                                                  3. Dash cover                                3. Correct Emblems and Decals

4. Edelbrock 650 Carburetor                    4. Decals                                       4. Marker Lights

5. Edelbrock Intake Manifold                   5. Seals                                         5. Spoiler

6. Headers, Mufflers, and Pipes               6. upholstery (front and back)       6. Paint interior and Exterior

7. Valve Covers                                        7. Glove Box                         

Besides the new stuff, we also refurbished all of the other items like powder coating all the trim, and parts in the motor that take a beating.  Repainted the plastics and panels.  And just too much to list.  The bottom line is this car is a must have! If you're into MOPAR, or just classic cars, this was a great one to have as it was everyman's Dodge.  Sure the Duster (a Dart with a different nose) was great, but I honestly like the front end on this one better.  I'm not a fan of the flat nose look, but to each his own. 

 

An Overview of the car

http://youtu.be/hi5XNar7i7U

Some fun with it

http://youtu.be/z2sNL_vHdNA

 

 

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