Dodge Dart OLDTYME
About my car
H code 340 car with a built but stock looking 360 crate motor from Direct connection, uses a Edelbrock Air Gap RPM intake, The correct Carter AVS carburetor, Rebuilt (Number matching original) A833 4 speed With a Centerforce clutch, New Hurst Shifter original wood grain shifter ball, new pedal rubber, all new clutch Z Bar bushings, linkage clips, 8 3/4 Differential with 3:23 ratio, Hooker super comp headers, flow master mufflers, optional ordered with PS/PB/A-C (disconnected), original Light green metallic code F4. The cam only lets the motor achieve 7 PSI vacuum, so a reliable SSBC cycling vacuum pump supplies the brakes. The car is rarely driven, but to car shows and short pleasure cruises. This car was bought on EBAY May 2006 and it was shipped from Waldorf Maryland where the last owner had raced it at BUDD Int raceway to Las Vegas for 2 years of tear down and restoration. It has a Chrysler 360 HP 360 LA Crate engine early 1993(pre magnum). because the cam profile makes little Vacuum at idle. I have installed a Edelbrock Air Gap RPM intake manifold,it has Hooker super comp headers and flowmaster mufflers. The clutch is a Centerforce unit. To people that aren't too attracted to the car sitting quietly turned off are awakened upon start up with it's lopy ready to come unglued attitude. Runs super strong, very reliable, doesn't miss a beat and will pin you in the seat..
- This car was made in 1970 and I've driven it since 2006
- The Dodge Dart (4th Gen) was in production from 1967 to 1976