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1964 Dodge Dart GT 32783 Miles Tan 273 V8 4 Speed Manual

1964 Dodge Dart GT

Condition: Used
Make: Dodge
Model: Dart
SubModel: GT
Type: --
Trim: GT
Year: 1964
Mileage: 32783
VIN: 744273579
Color: Tan
Engine: 273 V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: --
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Clearwater, Florida, United States

Description for Dodge Dart 1964

PJ's Auto World is pleased to offer this 1964 Dodge Dart GT for Sale. Restored, True GT Car and also known as Dodge's 50th Anniversary Edition! their 273 cubic inch V8 engine with Offenhauser intake manifold and 4 barrel carb along with dual exhaust. It's backed by a 4 speed manual transmission with Hurst Shifter, power steering and power brakes which contribute to the car's great handling. This restored GT is finished in Code S Ivory paint with Anniversary Trim, GT package with side and hood moldings including a separate molding just in front of the rear bumper along with an additional one on the lower front valance. The fresh black bucket seats with embroidered logos along with black carpet truly makes a beautiful contrast to the car's exterior. An in-dash working AM/FM radio completes the stunning interior on this Dart GT.
The car rides on a set of 14" steel wheels color keyed to the car's exterior with with Dog Dish hub caps carrying BF Goodrich Radial T/A's. A RARE and restored Dodge with highly detailed engine compartment and undercarriage. Responsive and great driving! Here is a car you just never see, and this RARE beauty wants to be driven today! This Dart GT runs and drives fantastic! Ready to make it's new owner proud!
Automotive History:
The Dart was an instant market success with 1963 sales up sharply compared to those of the 1962 Lancer. The Dart remained extremely popular through the end of the Dart's production run in 1976 in comparison to the Ford Falcon and the Chevrolet Nova.
In 1963, Dodge made a last-minute decision to drop the Lancer name in favor of Dart for Dodge's newly designed "senior compact", a marketing term referring to the wheelbase having grown to 111 in (2,819 mm) from the Lancer's 106.5 in (2,705 mm). This longer wheelbase used the same A-body suspension of the Valiant and defunct Lancer, and would underpin all Darts from 1963 to 1976 except the 1963–1966 station wagons which used the Valiant's (106 in (2,692 mm) wheelbase) and the 1971–1976 Demon/Sport which used the Plymouth Duster's 108 in (2,743 mm) wheelbase. The longer wheelbase gave more rear seat legroom than the previous Lancer or the contemporaneous Valiant. The Dart was available as a 2- or 4-door sedan, a 2-door hardtop coupe, a station wagon, and a convertible. Three trim levels were offered: the low-spec 170, the high-spec 270, and the premium GT, which was available only as a 2-door hardtop or convertible.