1969 Dodge Dart GT Convertible Stock Resto Hello All, Just getting started on my Mothers 1969 Dodge Dart GT Convertible restoration project and wanted to start posting on the forum to get input and suggestions. Some history on the car: Mom and Dad bought the Car in 92 while searching for a car for my twin sisters. Once they found it Mom fell in and love and my sisters were out of luck. They later found a very nice 72 Dart with a 318. Anyway, Mom has driven the car every summer since and put real world miles on the car. It has been in local parades and some car shows, as well as my sisters wedding. Mom loves the car and wants to hold on to it the rest of her life SO DONT BOTHER WITH ANY OFFERS. What the car is: The Convertible as we always called it, is a 1969 Dodge Dart GT Convertible. 273 V-8 with 904 Auto. The car is from what we know, a complete numbers matching car (I want to verify this). It has power steering, manual brakes. Not sure what rear-end or gears I am guessing 2.73s. Has some rust issues (Ohio) but all in all, looks pretty solid. Previous owners did a paint job sometime in the 80s, coated it with a GM blue, close to the original color but it is a crappy job. What we are doing: A complete frame off stock/original restoration but not show quality. Moms wants a daily driver that she can put real miles on. She wants to drive this car a lot, even regularly travel out of state without fear of having to tow it back home. She wants it to be nice and look original, but functionality is the goal, but some modern conveniences would be nice.