Bright Blue Metallic
A car like the 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger was the way to get a truly fast muscle machine. Just like the Chevrolet Nova, but a lot rarer, this Mopar packed plenty of power into a compact, lightweight body. This coupe takes that history and turns it all up a notch with fantastically restored colors, comfy A/C interior, upgraded suspension, and enhanced V8 power under the hood.
This coupe instantly commands attention. It\'s factory-correct EB5 Bright Blue Metallic has been given a solid investment in a professional respray. Now it radiates every time the sunshine hits it, which is exactly what makes you love taking it out every weekend. We know it\'s more than just the great color that grabbed your attention. After all, the dual hood scoops with 340 callouts and rear racing stripe package really announce this is a muscle Mopar. Of course, it also helps that all of its brightwork has a superior shine that looks like everything is new. Plus, when you\'re looking for a Dart, this one has all the right elements. 1970 was a great year because it was before federal regulation started to dictate later designs. The front end is far smoother and looks classically attractive. And in the rear, you have a great design that integrates into the body and even carries the taillights.
Open the door, and you\'ll find one of the best interiors you will ever see in a Dart. Where most of these are dark-and-stark classics, this car features a seriously attractive two-tone blue. This factory-correct coloring coordinates with the exterior to create a total package that feels like a deep blue ocean. The seats, door panels, carpeting, headliner, and everything else looks quite correct, but it feels fresh from a recent investment. While the first impression is a time capsule, you\'ll also start to spot some great modern upgrades. The radio is now an Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth, and the air conditioning is blowing cold with R134a for easy servicing. And when your left hand grabs the blue and chrome Budnik steering wheel, and your right hand grips the Hurst shifter, you senses immediately know there\'s something special under the hood.
When you pop the hood, you\'ll find out that those callouts on the hood scoops didn\'t lie. It\'s a big 340 cubic-inch V8 powering this Dart. Not only is the displacement an upgrade, but this one also has a Holley four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, March pulleys, and ceramic-coated long tube headers feeding an H-pipe dual exhaust. Best of all, the four-speed manual transmission means you have complete control over this powerful V8 and its thunderous soundtrack. More than just pure power, this Dart has been upgraded with a Hotchkis TVS (total vehicle system) suspension package to really give it a presence on the streets. This includes tubular control arms, adjustable strut rods, adjustable steering rods, upgraded leaf springs, and thick sway bars front & rear. Add in power steering, front disc brakes, and modern performance tires, you have a nicely restored Mopar that handles as nicely as it looks.
You know you love this Dart just because you can call it a Swinger. But with an enhanced V8 heart, extra sharp suspension, and a comfortable A/C interior, well then, you also know this classic Mopar is the true total package. Don\'t miss out, call today!
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Streetside Classic Cars is one of the largest consignment sales showrooms in the country. We can arrange both domestic and international shipping and financing. Over 125+ cars in stock.