Dodge Dart R/T

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    Yeah I'm plugging a new forum of ours BUT I'm actually buying the R/T, so join me over on the Dodge Dart Forums if you are thinking about buying this car or in fact buying it. I'd love to see you there. My handle is the same. If you sign up please introduce yourself!!

    BTW the site looks pretty awesome (well in my opinion)
     
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    Mopar man
    I was always fond of the Roadrunner
    1967
     
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    Partial to the 72 Duster with a 340 small block.

    But I'm a Ford man at heart.
     
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    Love the old Mopars. Friend of mine owned a Blue 'Cuda
     
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    '69 Daytona (440 6-pack) with the "wing" was a good one - a friend of mine had one of those. An orange one.

    Talk about "swilling" gas.

    If I was shopping, I wouldn't mind a '67 GTO either...

    That was my favorite year - things started going to hell in '68.

    I had a '67 Galaxie - 2 door fastback, white.

    The following year - the famed 289 was re-done as a 302....

    The rest is downhill.
     
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    You got some good taste in cars brother :)
     
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    Is the dart FWD?

    I thought it would have been a neat car. Even better if RWD. That would be a hoot.
     
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    FWD didn't come around until the 80's.
    I think the only thing with FWD back in the day was an Oldsmobile Toronado.
    I'd kill for one of these....

    [​IMG]
     
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    well, is the new dart fwd?

    It sounds like it would have tons of potential if it was RWD.
     
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    Did you see the one that Jay Leno had built. Converted to RWD and it has a 1000hp engine under the hood.

    Damn thing screams!!
     

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