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    You've undoubtedly heard that the Dodge Dart nameplate will be In , the Demon was renamed the Dart Sport with the Dart Sport

    FACT! During the Second World War, Dodge produced heavy jeeps and aircraft engines. One of these Dodge WC (Weapon Carrier) jeeps was delivered to the USSR, where he was nicknamed the 750-kg "Dodge Three-Quarters" load capacity. In total, more than 25,000 such cars were delivered to the Lend-Lease in the USSR, where they acquired the glory of an indestructible car.

    All Dodge (USA) Dart Demon Coupe versions offered for the year with complete specs, performance and Dart Sport Coupe () . The following versions and sub-models of Dodge Dart Demon Coupe were available in

    Changes to the fuel system improved drivability, economy and emission control. However, these large round lights were mounted near the inboard side of the reverse fins, and aggravated the already awkward styling. Those individuals looking for something a bit more potent opted for the Demon , the model that took the place of the Dodge Swinger that year. I remember the Demon though too. With optional hood scoops and blackout hood treatment, the car was advertised a performance car.

    Not A Demon! Dodge Dart Sport

    In , Dodge bowed to public pressure and renamed the Demon the Dart Sport. This particular car is making Manhattan, Kansas its current home and can be found for sale here on eBay at no reserve. What they do have to say is pretty good, including that the car has a solid body with very little rust. The Florida plate is a little confusing on a Kansas car, but at least someone considered it a collectable.

    The listing does state that the interior is black, but again, we know nothing else. Can you sense my frustration? I have a feeling that a solid car like this will end up being turned into a resto-mod or clone of a higher performance version. Ah, that dull color, those basic hubcaps, the blackwall tires, that slant 6, those taillights, that front end, those dents, the missing moldings…………..

    Not even for free. One of my favorite shows. He supposedly drove that car 1 million miles. Drop at least a in this. Leave the vanilla exterior as is. It would make the perfect sleeper. This was probably one of the most lackluster cars you could get. But for what it was intended, it was one of the best cars out there. Just basic, dependable wheels. Great to see these cars surface.

    It worked for Al Bundy. This is not a tire smoker, but it will get you there and back. The body has some dents that should be easy to fix. This would be an easy project for someone without tons of money. I had one like this with a 6 cyl in bright light blue, smoked like crazy, purred like kitten, thought it was going to roll over when you turned a corner.

    It was fun but defiantly not a chick picker upper lol. I borrowed a car just like this a couple of summers ago but with a 4 on the floor mated to the slant 6.

    I smoked the tires, but by mistake because the clutch pedal was as high and stiff as the PTO of a lawn tractor. After 2 weeks, I gave it back to my friend after getting LED lights for the dash gauges and lubricating the clutch pawl. Basic, boring, and slow! The Demon was offensive to the same people that played records backwards and claimed there was a satanic message on the record.

    Lol I remember well. I remember this as a cool car,…. Guess that what happens at age 10, 40 years later. Dart, they should have opted for the Swinger Love Dart! Needs rally wheels and a trick color change, pretty cheap hotrod!

    A or a with a four speed and some mags with nice sticky drag radials. The slant six was overly reliable and was bullet proof, but too darn slow. But if money is tight a would do the trick too. Not as fast as a or but still more than reasonably fast. I had gotten 13 tickets with that car as it was. I remember the Demon though too. It could be an economy car or a sports car depending on what engine you chose.

    Those were the days I tell ya! No profanity, politics, or personal attacks. Don't post your car for sale in the comments. Click here to get it featured on the homepage instead. Or subscribe without commenting. Get Our Daily Email! Come on Nessy — even a S crapper would pay for this one. I thought Al drove a Dodge. Ugly car, ugly color. I like original, but this one is begging for a V8 and associated hotrodding.

    stock # 6305 1972 Dodge Dart Demon



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