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Attention Mopar fans, here's your chance at one of the best lightweight muscle machines of the 1960s. This 1969 Dodge Dart GTS was not only born with in a cool blue color, but also with a big block 383 V8 and four-on-the-floor. And this car still carries all those features today! That means rarity, numbers-matching distinction, and tons of power are up for grabs right now.
This generation of the Dart is where the legend was solidified. The Dodge Boys gave some pretty mean styling to their compact offering. The chiseled front-end, a louvered hood, and a classic hardtop have instant muscle car appeal. Plus, the way the taillights are stretched to the edges and the chrome bumpers are so wide, it gives this compact the look like it owns the road. The factory-correct Bright Blue Metallic is a great color for modern times, and it received a respray later in life. Plus, Mopar fans love all the details, from the Rallye wheel package, to the distinct bumble bee stripe across the rear.
A muscle coupe like this deserves a deep black interior, and this coupe was born this color. But the full midnight package feels like it has received proper investment along the way with the seats, carpeting, door panels, headliner, and much more feeling fresh. And there's plenty of bright trim to break up this sea of darkness on everything from the heater/defrost sliders to the Hurst shifter.
When you open the hood, you'll love seeing the big V8 greet you with the bold air topper that announces this one is an extraordinary Mopar. You already know that Dodge made less vehicles than Ford or Chevy, and even fewer people were willing to pay the premium for the Dart GTS. And on top that, there were a scarce few who would add the 383 cubic-inch V8 option. That's why this is a low-numbers coupe. So we are quite happy to still have the numbers-matching big block under the hood today. You can tell they made a proper investment in the original motor by the boldness of the orange block paint and the details like the factory decals. But more than just a distinctive history, you want this Dart for its pure power. The V8 has a four-barrel carburetor to give you an extra wallop of power, and the dual exhaust lets them all know there is some real muscle behind this yellow machine. On the road, the four-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the big V8. Plus, front disc brakes are part of the whole package that makes this muscle car easy to tame.
It's hard not to get excited about a muscle machine like this. But if you admire it for too long, it might just be gone. So don't miss out, call today!
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