This 1967 Dodge Dart Sedan Is One Tough Looking Street Sweeper

This 1967 Dodge Dart Sedan Is One Tough Looking Street Sweeper

There are some cars out there that simply exude an attitude that can only be described as tough. This 1967 Dart is one of those cars. Dark blue paint with a black tail stripe, steel wheels, a muscled up 340 engine and a spartan but functional interior all equal one thing and that’s “success” on the streets if you know what we mean. This 340 has been bored over, topped with aluminum heads, stabbed with a cam, and generally worked over hard enough to really be a player out there during the late night muscle car street fights. If you have ever heard a truly angry 340 Chrysler small block, you know that there is nothing that sounds like it. Depending on the cam and other factors, these engines normally sound like they are about to fall apart but when the throttle blades open it is mechanical music all the way. The .580 lift solid roller may help to make that kind of noise.

Here’s the text of the ad right from eBay. The seller does a better job with the details than we ever could. We are just in love with the looks of this one and any time you pulled into a cruise night, car show, or the drag strip, people would surely take notice. Like a bar brawler clenching his fists while sizing up a room, this Dart seems to be looking for a fight all the time. Here’s the rest of the details on the car –

Hello engine started as a 73, 340 .40 over  aligned honed,decked and finished with torque plates. cross over oil tube in lifter gallery more oil to main bearings and rods. I have had this block since 1983 very good casting. Diamond pistons, eagle rods internal balance, 4″crank all from Mancini racing. New flex plate and true Fluid damper not china junk. Double roller chain   Lunati VooDoo  580 lift solid tappet cam . Edelbrock aluminum heads Bowls and turn’s done at Best Machine Warren Michigan. Hardened rockershafts with billet aluminum hold downs,  Aluminum roller rockers 1.5 ratio custom fit 5/16 push rods.  Edelbrock super victor high rise and 750 Proform carb.   Ignition  is a Mopar MSD with rev limit pills,  MSD Coil and MSD wires and Proform race distributor.  Low oil pressure kill switch cuts ignition. Aluminum pullies  and Aluminum rad   I have provisions for a electric Fan and water pump wired in       Trans is a race prepped A904 with a Deep first gear extra red  clucthes in drums Race bands  1.5 servo lever  Turbo Action Manual valve body reverse pattern. 10″ Turbo action coverter  3500 stall. Deep pan and wrapped in trans blanket.     Controlled with aB+M  rachet shifter.     Power goes thru A aluminum drive shaft safety loop to a narrowed 8 3/4 4.30 clutch type rebuildable   sure grip.  Adjustable pinion snubber   Moser axles, long studs.   Exhaust is TTI stepped headers wrapped in Thermo tec   TTI 3″  X pipe and  3″ Dyno Max mufflers.          Springs  are new from Mancini racing Arched for preload U bolts and rear are adjustable  Drag shocks Comp Engineering  adjustable. Springs are moved in 3″   Wheel tubs are widened.     Carter electric fuel pump 3/8 sending unit and adjustable regulator       Front torsion bars are new  all steering and steering Box I replaced the  worm gear assembly with a Mancini Racing 20.1 ratio stock is 26.1.   New disc brakes  73 Spindles   also new hoses and Master non power. All rear is new  wheel cylinders brakes even drums used emergency cables   Green bearings on axles .                     Body was sanded to base and bumped out no rust. welded rear emblem holes filled with everglass  then  finished with high build primer.     Paint is Dupont Base Clear    cut and polished deep deep shine . New door handles    NOS rear Tail light bezels, Front grill stripped of paint  Very nice head light bezels. New head light’s and  spring kits   Rechrome bumpers frt and rear from Bumper boys  at Mopar  Nats        Interior  all new seat skins new foam in front buckets frames sand blasted and painted  Was a bench seat   Floor plates welded in for buckets along with Roll bar  to frame.  front door bars are removeable pinned and bolted with grade 8 bolts. New carpet and door sill plates,  wind lace  door rubber’s    hood rubber  trunk mat and seal      I’m probably forgetting some stuff hopefully the pictures get the rest 


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eBay Link: 1967 Dart sedan street tough

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8 thoughts on “This 1967 Dodge Dart Sedan Is One Tough Looking Street Sweeper

  1. Rik in Malta

    That’s my kind of car. Understated at first glance but packing plenty of go for those who know. Would love to hear it run…

  2. fast Ed

    Neat car, I have a soft spot for 67s as my first was a 67 hardtop with a 273. I think the car would look better if he had left the paint in the vertical slots of the grille and headlight bezels though.


    1. fast Ed

      Woops, image code doesn’t work in the responses here. You can click on that link to see what I mean.

  3. floating doc

    LOVE this car! I had a 67 Dart GT that I bought for $600 in 1976. Drove it all over the country. I think the guy had never changed the oil, because I had to put a long block in it the second year.

    After that I put another 100k on it. Never had the money to build the engine I wanted, so I ran the slant six and dreamed about a 340/four speed until my brother wrecked it trying to reach for a sandwich while driving.

    I still miss that car. This is the best one I’ve ever seen.

    I agree, I would rather see the paint on the grill and headlight surrounds.

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