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Here's my 68 GTS. Street.strip.
Nice GTS! I really like it... BUT, the more I see of Rallye wheels, the more I dislike them... I am only 32, so I never grew up around them, so to me they look weird... I do not however enjoy overly most modern rims on a classic car either... I have black steel wheels with chrome lugs on my Dart I am building and plan to put the dog dishes on I guess... Not overly enthused about anything else right now... My set up looks like this dudes wheel/tire:
This one is pretty sweet
My work in progress ...hope to be done this year ....76' w/ 68' 340
I have decided to run bumper guards on my dart, because I now think they look tuff... Here is a pic of another's dart that is sorta what I am going for...
Bumper guards like this...
1972 Dart Swinger
Here is my 69 Dart Western sport special. It is a work in progress that is slowly coming along.
Another pic of my 69 Western sport special
got any bigger pics of the Western? Can't see it real well...
Here's my 64. Should be my daily starting in May! Just finished replacing frame sections recently.
Its amazing how much the DART has changed from early to late... Wow...
Shocking, but not untraceable, and in fact gradual in some ways. We'll leave the Dart Lancer out of this, and start in 63, the first year it was just the 'Dart.' The 63 grill is actually smoother, and in some ways closer to the spirit of the 65 model, 64 features a design update including vertical elements in the grill, a chinstrap, and a 63 carryover, a false bump in the hood designed to resemble an air intake, all features hinting to the coming muscle car era. 63 and 64 certainly straddle the gap between the mile-high fins and abundant chrome of the late 50s and the boxier muscle car era better than the 60-62 Mopar lineup. The 65 features the same body for the most part but with a flatter grid style grill, a toned-down trim treatment around the headlights, a non-protruding taillight, as well as new trim lines to accentuate more angular areas of the car. 66 Featured the same rear body, but a new front end notably featuring squared off edges around the headlights and a boxier bumper, and finally in 67 the next generation body arrives featuring few nods to the 63-65 models, but not being a shocking transition from the 66. That was quite a rant and I'm sure someone has made a similar analysis of the progression before. I find the grace with which the mid 60s models straddle the changing car culture interesting as they carry design elements of both the late 50s and early 70s. Most cars are in fact a blend of their preceding and succeeding models, but the change from 59-69 is in my eyes one of the more dramatic in automotive history.
My Dart is coming along ok now... Have the 383 mostly built, and the rear end and tranny all rebuilt and installed, all the brake lines redone and master cylinder installed... Wheels chopped n rewelded to proper fit on rear n painted again... Some door handles n mirror on... Got a ways to go n then when all the new mechanical stuff is functioning perfect, I'll drive it to Tulsa where I live to begin interior and exterior work... (I am the OP)
Finally got some meat under it...
My 64 GT...Work in progress...I call it my perpetual project Not sure why the double pics...getting used to new format
Here's a pic of my Dart
So, let's see more of your darts guys!
Took these today after new shoes!
Wow, lookin' good!
That is one of the nicest looking Blue colors I have ever seen. Do you mind my asking what color or code it is? It looks similar to mine...but your looks effin amazing.
That is before. I decided to remove the vinyl roof since we live in a hot/cold climate and was going to paint it to match the body... It is now undergoing a full restoration with some subtle body modifications. It is a factory B7 blue car with light blue metallic interior...I think B3 is the interior color. The interior will be going back to factory and the exterior will be B7 with a satin clear. The engine is currently at machine shop and will be an iron head 408 forged and internally balanced with Bullet custom cam and pending budget...FiTech fuel injection. Hoping to have it on the road and done in 8 weeks with the help of some amazing friends as I am a disable and retired, having broke my back serving an arrest and search warrant at a meth lab, police officer. I am new to the Mopar world coming from the GM side. I love it so far...aside from the price of parts...allot different then the GM world...but I love it.
I will take some picture of my buddies ALL show winning 68 gts but we do need 1 hood call out that is the 0-0-0-0 in the hood , if you have 1 please contact me . It is a black 68 GTS with true flame done buy 1 of the best air brushers work ive ever seen . willey ozborn is his name if you ever been around Midwest or wisconsin shows you may have seen his work . I would love to show you my 70 dart , but it was stolden in 1982 and never found , it still gets my goat . I do have a floor council and a fiber glass hood black with true flame on it yet if your interested , but it looks like a nova hood or Z28 its very nice but I always gave him chit about it looking like a chevpar . ! day we were sitting there and a lady asked why it had a NOVA hood on it lol that's when he got pissed and went back original . pics to come soon it is awesome