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Then, as now, the 1967–76 Dodge Dart offers temptingly cheap thrills

The combination of little car, big (and tunable) engine, and low price compared to its competition was a winning formula back in the day. Half a century later, Darts are still one of the more tempting values in the wide world of classic American muscle. Read the full article on Hagerty.com:

 

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My dad always bought Dodge Darts and Swingers in the 1960's and '70's. He was a photographer and would bring his largest camera case with tripod to car dealers and try "sportier" cars like those Saab's that resembled armadillos. But his camera bags never fit while these Darts had enormous trunks and he'd always come home with one. They cost about two to three grand during the '70's.

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