614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Mesa , Arizona
Growling big block power, a fully coordinated custom look inside & out, and a terrific price all let you know that this 1973 Dodge Dart Swinger is something special.
This car makes a terrific first impression. The full red package with white racing stripes is going to catch some eyes. Especially since this has more custom details like the painted bumpers, white grille, and white taillight bezels that makes for a well-coordinated total package. And we especially love the sides with the shaved door handles that add extra sleekness to the pillarless hardtop profile. But the look on this one is more than just custom... it's downright sporty. The bright Weld racing wheels look great; staggered tire sizes give it an aggressive forward-leaning stance; and those dual hood scoops have 440 callouts to signal some serious power underneath (more on that in a moment.)
When you pop the remote door openers, it reveals more of the custom two-tone attitude. The white and red are expertly intertwined on the headliner, parcel shelf, and custom smooth dash. And we especially love the door panels that mix the two colors, and even use red stitching to create a dart on the door of this Dart. About the only pieces that aren't white or bright red are the carpeting and steering wheel. So no need to dust off your shoes or wash your hands before going for a drive. And you know this one was meant to be driven. With the B&M QuickSilver shifter, full auxiliary readouts, and large AutoMeter Autogague tach w/shift light, you know there's something special under the hood even before you twist the key and hear it roar.
Even the engine bay follows this car's color theme with smooth red walls, matching red block, and white valve covers. While people might marvel at the well-coordinated total theme, what's really impressive is the power. This is the mighty 440 cubic-inch Mopar big block. It inhales deeply with an Edelbrock 600 CFM four-barrel carburetor, and those Hooker Super Competition custom headers have been fitted to make sure this exhales with true power and authority. In fact, remove those custom Mopar covers below the doors, and you have a thunderous set of cutouts that will scare away the lesser cars. And this big motor is supported by all the right competition components, including a fuel cell, Holley electric fuel pump, Accel coil, Powermaster alternator, and an aluminum radiator. This V8 feeds a stout A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission, and there's even front disc brakes for proper stopping power.
You know what a big V8 can do in a smaller car like the Dart, so we already know you're excited. And at a price like this, you know your chance at this coupe is fleeting. Call today!!!