[SOLD] 1966 Dart GT Charger Convertible

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1966 Dart GT Convertible. Factory 273 4bbl Charger engine, Rally Suspension, Kelsey Hayes manual disk brakes. Rare and unmolested, remarkable preservation. Disk brakes replaced original drums in 1990 to accommodate mountain roads using all correct factory components.

Lifelong Colorado car, very clean and original. Repainted original color 10 yrs ago, has been in storage since with most trim pending reinstallation. Engine in car is forged crank 318. Original 273 included. Complete per current inventory.

Contact for details, this rare Dart needs a knowledgeable and appreciative custodian.

All offers over $10K considered.

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Charger? Those were 65's. The Charger on the air cleaner is what all 273 4 barrel engines were called. I can change your title as needed.
 

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Thanks, I'm well aware. I would label my 66 Valiant as 1966 Valiant V100 Commando, I think it's pretty consistent that engine designation is part of a vehicle description? 1966 Plymouth Belvedere Hemi? 1968 Chrysler 300 TNT? "Charger" in the 273/4bbl context equates to "Commando" and "Magnum", right?
 

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Thanks, I'm well aware. I would label my 66 Valiant as 1966 Valiant V100 Commando, I think it's pretty consistent that engine designation is part of a vehicle description? 1966 Plymouth Belvedere Hemi? 1968 Chrysler 300 TNT? "Charger" in the 273/4bbl context equates to "Commando" and "Magnum", right?
Not in my world but we'll give it a go.
 
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