Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1973 Dodge Dart has a speedy two-tone style on the outside, and there's an awesome sports car setup writing for you inside. And with this kind of attitude, you'll be happy to know this also has a strong 360 V8 and four-one-the-floor to deliver the full muscle car experience.
This Dart has some serious attitude. Twin hood scoops, a full-width rear spoiler, and dual exhaust tips. And those 15-inch Foose wheels are both elegant and aggressive. And then there's also the silver and green two-tone. It's a comprehensive custom job with full-length red and black pinstripes separating the two-tone, those big scoops are done in green, and the bumpers were painted silver to match. It looks like this full color package was done in the early 2000s, and so that seems like the exact kind of car you want today. After all, it continues to have a vivid style from good care, but it also isn't going to make you feel like you have a trailer queen that can't be driven. And the deeper you dig into this one, you'll understand it's a coupe that was made to have fun out on the road.
Inside is a ton more investment in custom work. It's a true driver's setup with high-back bucket seats up front and a Challenger-style center console in-between. This console and the dash have a cool stainless trim that has a carbon fiber style pattern. And features like the wood-rimmed Grant steering wheel, auxiliary readouts, and AutoMeter Autogage tach make for a terrific stiver's setup. And it wouldn't be a muscle Mopar without a Hurst pistol-grip shifter.
Under the hood is the 360 cubic-inch V8. This was the ideal setup for most Dart fans of this gen because it gave you the largest displacement still keeping the small block weight. So we're glad to see the upgrade here looking bold in Mopar orange. More than just the right motor, it has also been upgraded with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, Mickey Thompson finned valve covers, and a dual exhaust with a nice set of Flowmaster mufflers. The four-speed manual transmission is the ideal way to control this enhanced power. Plus, there's also power steering, power brakes, front discs, and modern tires for an all-around solid driving package.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the custom Mopar hardtop with all the driver features you want already installed. So don't miss this deal. Call today!!!
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