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This 1969 Dodge Dart Swinger has a big 340 V8 under the hood and the control of four-on-the-floor. And you can tell that they made the right investments around this hardtop to make sure it's as eye-catching as it is powerful.
The factory-correct EB5 Bright Blue Metallic has been given a solid investment in a professional respray. Now it radiates every time the sunshine hits it, which is exactly what makes you love taking it out every weekend. We know it's more than just the great color that grabbed your attention. After all, the hood vent trim with 340 callouts, hood pins, and rear racing stripe package really announce this is a muscle Mopar. Plus, when you're looking for a Dart, this one has all the right elements. The Swinger was not only a cool name, but it also means you had a desirable pillarless hardtop. They look powerfully distinct with pointed ends to the front and rear fenders, and the bumpers hug the form nicely because this was built before any menacing federal regulations. Mopar's Rallye wheels have a proper performance look, especially with raised white letter tires.
The black interior has the clean and complete look you want on a solid driver's classic. It likes delivering the classic Mopar cruiser feeling with two rows of wide bench seats. There are even cool vintage details like the AM radio that's there for display, a correct trunk mat, and the working dome light. But what you'll love the best is how this one was made to engage the driver. You have the classic Mopar Tuff sports steering wheel, auxiliary readouts, a column-mounted tach, and a Hurst floor shifter.
The engine bay has an ultra-tidy style with the ultra-desirable 340 cubic-inch V8 at the center. It's so clean that you can clearly see upgrades like the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, high-rise aluminum intake, finned Mopar Performance valve covers, and the matching air grabber. Long tube headers add even more power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. And you are in the center of all the action thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. As you look underneath this coupe, you'll spot everything from rear traction bars to the clean look of a well-done build.
This is the sharp-looking hardtop that also has serious power for the streets. That makes for an excellent Mopar muscle package. Call today!!!
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