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Well Hi! Nice to hear from ya. Drop me an email and let me know how things are. Later, Bruce B.
Yup, that's the legit 70 GT I tried linking to. Car is still for sale locally, owner is Ian at 613-913-8843. I sent the breakdown of the fender tag to Bruce about a month or so ago. The codes check out for the GT package.
OK then, I cannot find any info received from you. What email did you send it to me under? Let me know so I can get this straightend out in the Registry records. Later, Bruce B.
I have started a thread on my 1970 Dart GT! Please see it at: For A Bodies Only Mopar Forum > Automotive Technical Discussions > Slant 6 Discussions > 1970 Dart GT - A Day in the Life. Don't forget to rate my forums please! Thanks, Bruce B.
Adamr moved my resto thread to the correct forum: Members Restorations > 1970 Dart GT - A Day in the Life Thanks! Bruce B.
UM... how about 1970! opps.
i think my 1970 dart was a gt
Just wanted to touch base with everyone. I am still alive and kickin'. I have a new Phone number (Thanks to all that have helped me in this lousy time for me! Bless You!). Please email me and I will send it to you. I have no long distance service on it so you will need to call me. Also, I will try to get in the FABO chat room in the evenings and you can add me on Yahoo: email@example.com. Later, Bruce B.
OK then, I think I now have the Registry up to date. Please check for me and let me know if I have missed anyone or any part of your registration. Later, Bruce B.
I have a 1970 Dart Custom 2 door. I believe you told me I have 1 year, 1 model only door panels. I will register later.
Ya, his name is Juan... Just hop over the fence and tll him Large Marge sent you... He knows your coming. Just kidding, welcome and have fun.
Well..... Been a while since I have posted to this thread. We have had a couple of new 70-71 GT's registered this year but otherwise pretty slow. I did add a spreadsheet listing all the GT's that have been registered.... kinda cool if I say so myself. Drop by and give us a read! http://www.7071dartgt.net Later, Bruce B.
OK, For those of us FABO members that own 1970-71 Dart GTs or Custom's and 1970 Dart GTS's: I am now adding the option to list the link to your cars FABO restoration thread. IF you would like this added to your Registry listing please email me and let me know. Please include your FABO link too! Later, Bruce B.
Hey everybody! FABO now has "Social Groups" and I started one for The 1970-1971 Dart GT Registry members here: http://www.forabodiesonly.com/mopar/group.php?groupid=1 Come on by for a visit. Later, Bruce B.
Ihave a 1970 dart gt any new info out there since bruce has passed away?Thanks Larry
WOULD YOU KNOW IF THERE IS A REGISTRY FOR OLDER DART GT'S? I HAVE A 1968 DODGE DART GT.
None that I'm aware of. I saved a bunch of information off of Bruce's website before it went away, but I don't think the registry has been kept up since then. There's a GTS registry, but I don't think they include the GT.
Thanks I will write the forum.
Hello guys, just found this thread and I have one question - maybe someone can give me an answer. I have a 1970 Dodge Dart GT as you can see in my garage. It has the 318 C.i. 2bbl, 904TF, front sway bar, buckets, Console, 8 3/4 with 323. And it has HD Drum Brakes (not powered). But then Bruce wrote "All came with Power Steering" - but mine is a manual steering car since factory (also not fast manual steering!). It was an export car for Canada. The steering wasn't converted from Power Steering to manual steering when I look at all the parts... Someone may have an answer for this? Thanks in Advance!
Any idea how many 1970 dart gt were made and sent to the states?I have one that is identicle to yours but mine has power steering.Not much info out there.
Subscribed. Wish I had a GT.
Nice thread. 70 Dart Custom here.
I think I'm number 38 on Bruce's Registry. I didn't research the '70 Dart GT like I did the '71 Dart GT (because I own a '71 Dart GT). When I contacted Chrysler Historical the gentleman I spoke with told me there was a fire that destroyed most (all) of their records. He did say that in 1971 Chrysler produced ~96,XXX Darts and that ~1.3% of them were GT models. Also, every '71 Dart GT will have A65 on the fender tag. My car was factory equipped with a 318, console shifted A904 transmission (with bucket seats), PS (Federal PS pump), manual HD Drums front & rear, A/C, 3.23:1 sure-grip 8 3/4" rear-end, and a Rim-Blo steering wheel. I added the '70 Rallye Wheels (14" X 5 1/2" small bolt pattern), '70 style hood scoops, Mopar Performance electronic ignition, AutoMeter Z-Series gauges (water, volts, oil pressure and tachometer), Grant GT steering wheel (Rim-Blo awaiting restoration), SSBC front disc brakes, Edelbrock LD4B intake, Edelbrock 1406 600 cfm carb, Lokar throttle & kickdown cables, SummitRacing double roller timing chain & gears, A1-Cardone 8-vane water pump, and 2 1/4" dual exhaust (factory manifolds to FlowMaster 40s). Future plans (wish list) will include removing the vinyl top & body side molding. Adding the V21 style hood, cowl, scoops paint treatment and bumble bee rear stripe (all gloss black). Possibly a mini tub with 15" X ?" rear Rallye Wheels. Maybe a color change (I've always liked Yellow (Top Banana)) etc.....
Thanks for the response very nice car you have.Thanks Larry