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This 1960 Dodge Dart Pioneer is a very cool classic hardtop with flowing lines, a distinct color combo, and an overall great cruiser attitude. It all makes for quite an irresistible hardtop, especially at this affordable price.
Chrysler products just had a little extra flash and size compared to its rivals, and this Dart is a prime example of this flair. It starts with the impressive grille that has an intricate design that dips low into the wraparound chrome bumper. The result is a front end that is dominated by brightwork. And those bright quad headlights also set the town for a wide road-owning coupe. The rest of the style is just as imposing. The long hardtop profile flows into the body at the same place the long tailfins start to ride from the fenders. The taillights look like afterburners, and the reverse lights in the chrome bumper are just as large. Smoothie wheels, whitewall tires, full trim, and a recessed license plate are all part of the classic cruiser attitude. It's an attractive design, and so it's worthy of the vibrant custom paint. The burnt orange is an attractive color, and it was thoughtfully laid down. That's why it has a hint of green metallic flake to coordinate with the distinct green roof. The hardtop is particularly distinct with two tones of green with a hand-laid pinstripe in-between. The rainbow metallic flake makes this roof really pop in the sunshine.
Pillarless hardtops allow people to get a good look inside, and this one makes sure it's worth it. You have a nice green to coordinate with the exterior on the carpeting and dash. The bright white upholstery has a pearlescent style that reminds us of the metallic on the exterior paint. It's a tasteful/premium style that seems right for the premium Pioneer trim. There are some cool custom cruiser details, like the bamboo headliner, tassels, green blankets, a tuck-and-roll parcel shelf, and tinted windows. More of this cruiser attitude in details like the AM/FM/CD stereo under the dash that also has an aux input, remote, and upgraded speakers. So it's great for your favorite driving music. It's a cool classic driver with details like the intricate steering wheel and push-button transmission. And the GPS speedometer added to the dash gives you better accuracy on the road.
Under the hood is a very honest 225 cubic-inch slant-six motor, and it looks good with all the bold orange radiating within the darkness. So while we know this affordable price leaves room in your budget to drop in a Hemi crate motor, we also just like how this one has a good on one of Mopar's hardiest motors. It even has a recently rebuilt carburetor. It has good torque to be a solid cruiser. And you also have more nice driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission and modern treads hiding behind the classic wide whitewall tires.
This was the first year of the Dart, and while it proved to be quite a popular car when new, we rarely see a 1960 model today. So you have an opportunity at a distinct and custom hardtop cruiser. Call today!!!
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