VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
#s matching big block 383, #s matching trans. Real GTS, has original fender tag.
EXTERIOR: I like the stance and the deep rims with the dog dish hubcaps, the hood bulges and the GT stripe. It appears to be a rust free car with original metal. It is straight, I don't see any rust or damage. It's been repainted its original yellow color. It has a smooth glossy finish. The bumble bee decal stripe was replaced. The optional fender mounted turn signals work. Vinyl top looks to be really good original condition. Glass is good original. Bumpers, GTS rear tail panel trim, door handles, grill are all good. The jambs are painted nicely, weather strips are really good. It has radial redline BFG tires, the nubs aren't even worn off the tread. 14 inch painted rims with a nice set of poverty hubcaps.
INTERIOR: It's not every day you'll find bucket seats and a console in a Dart. I'm sitting in the car looking at a nice clean dash, it's not broken or cut up. The bezels, heater controls and factory Am-Fm radio are in excellent shape. Glovebox liner is new. Nice deluxe steering wheel with a vintage Moon tachometer on the column. Down on the floor the carpets are in good condition, and it has embroidered mats. The door panels and upholstery look new. The headliner's been replaced, dome light works.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Vin number matching original 383 big block had a complete rebuild with performance internal upgrades. Externally it still looks stock with the correct exhaust manifolds, valve covers, air cleaner, carburetor etc. It was rebuilt and balanced. It has forged pistons, cam kit, Eagle rods, polished crank, honed cylinders, new bearings, roller timing chain, the heads were checked. All the components like the distributor, alternator, horns look proper. The windshield squirters are hooked up. It has an original Mopar radiator and a shroud. It has a Mopar reproduction battery bolted down properly. The engine bay is solid and straight with nice paint. The fender tag is still attached.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Rock solid, appears to be original metal. It has the original mat, complete jack and spare assembly. Weatherstrip looks new, under the trunk lid is painted glossy.
UNDERSIDE: Complete front end rebuild kit. The brakes were gone through about 5 years ago, e-brake assembly is hooked up. Solid dual exhaust with crossover pipe goes all the way out the back with factory style chrome tips. The fuel tank has been replaced. The underbody of this car is a immaculate metal. The floors, frame rails, rockers and even the lower quarters are solid. Looking up at the motor it's fresh, starter looks fresh. Vin # matching 727 Torqueflite automatic was out and serviced. It was upgraded with performance stall converter. 8 3/4 rear end.
We get some 340 Darts, haven't had a 383 big block in a long time. This is a good one. Solid and runs strong!
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle. Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the car's condition in detail. **These cars are displayed in a museum. If interested in a particular car make an appointment with a salesman to see that car. Without an appointment there is an admission fee to enter the showroom. If you buy a car, your admission will be refunded and you will be given a 1 year membership.
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Radial Redline tires
Bumble Bee stripe
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