800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Take some extra time going over this 1970 Dodge Dart HEMI Restomod, because it's worth it. While the exterior has bold and classic looks, the A/C interior has been given all the right expertly integrated upgrades. And it absolutely earns its HEMI callouts on the hood with the modern fuel-injected 5.7-liter V8 heart.
We were already big fans of this one even before we knew about the upgrades within. That's because it's a Mopar done in one of the hottest colors around: Hemi Orange. With less than 900 miles on the finished build, it has a sleekness and boldness that comes from freshness. You can really see that they spent time on getting to body looking terrific before the first drop of orange went down. That's why you can see the crisp details in the sheetmetal and the doors close with authority. A nice contrast to the orange is the blackout hood that proudly announces HEMI power underneath. Plus, if you look at the rear fenders, this has some nice reminders this is Swinger hardtop with upgrades to be a true R/T-style machine. There's just the right amount of brightwork with a smooth chrome bumper that complements the sleek front end, and the rear one loves to hug the form and even has integrated taillights. Plus, those Mag-style Mopar Road Wheels with extra meaty ones in the rear give this the right amount of street stance.
A muscle car like this deserves an all-black interior. But while this has the look of intimidation, the feeling is pure comfort. Low mileage means little time to wear anything in. So those high-back bucket seats are supple and comfortable. Yours even power adjusts to the ideal position! Plus, you have an upgraded cup holder center console in-between. You get a classic grippy three-spoke steering wheel, and beyond that, the white-faced Speedhut gauges are distinct against the darkness of the interior. As you look across the dash, you'll also spot an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input for your modern music player. Because the air conditioning is blowing cold with modern R134a, feel free to roll down all the windows and enjoy the pillarless hardtop to its fullest - even in the summertime.
The smooth inner walls of the engine bay were made to show off this modern powerhouse. With so few miles on the build, and only 50k miles on the motor when installed, this all remains looking fresh. The modern fuel-injected 5.7-liter HEMI V8 is a terrific engine for a hardy construction and serious power delivery. They kept it refreshingly stock. That means you have a smooth and eager powerhouse that already has the skills to teach a lesson to classic muscle cars. While this is powerful, it was also built to be a great all-around cruiser. That's why you also have a modern five-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. As you look at the undercarriage photos, it reminds you how fresh the build is. So you have fresh suspension components, subframe connectors, and even sway bars front & rear to really give this a confident feeling on the road. Add in rack & pinion power steering and power brakes w/discs up front, and this is the classic that can be enjoyed near or far.
The sale comes complete with build receipts, service manuals, and maintenance records. This is the true restomod that's great for everything from Sunday car shows to the Power Tour. And since you'd expect to pay a ton more for a fresh custom like this, you know you need to hurry on this deal. Call now!
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