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1969 Dodge DartReview
tbearham writes:
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Still Piecing It Together After 30+ Years. — You don't see many on the road today. You didn't see many on the road in 1980 either?? I guess that makes it a decent driver? Not worth a full restore job. Just a great driver with many years of memories.

Pros: Fun beach cruiser.

Cons: No built in cooler.

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Oldie But Goodie — well worth looking for in no rust states. forever rebuildable as far as engine/ transmission go. can be a real sleeper, even with a slant 6 engine, stay away from the 340 cu in. they were kind of doggy. paint as needed and enjoy an original 60's american car!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: was a great 2nd car, ok reliability, improve to good if you know what is and can replace a ballast resistor, better than the 73 ford wagon i started out driving with. 400 engine was fill the oil check the gas twice a week!

Cons: Rusted, like all new england cars. electrical was shaky.

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Matthew writes:
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Mint — my favorite car i miss it.. its an 1969 dodge dart swinger with a 340 with a 3 speed slapshift all matching numbers. an amazingly fun car to drive sold it as a primer car after finishing all the body work lolz.. bad decision i will always think of it as the one that got away

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: fun

Cons: nothing

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Awesome Ride, This Is My Second One — I Love the reliability, the fact that I can do all the work, easy and lots of space to work and the fact that this is a cheap car that gives you some kind of street cred apparently...everyone had a family member that owned one.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: reliability, cheap maintenance

Cons: the cost of gas  when i drive like a leadfoot

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Sounds Great And Is A Lot Of Fun To Drive! — My uncle built this car in the mid 80s. Traded it with my father for a '32 Plymouth Coupe. 440 Engine Drag Set up with fuel cell Hoosier slicks paint is a little rough and the brakes aren't that great but hey it's a drag strip car!

Pros: sounds fierce

Cons: brakes and paint could be better

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I'ts Part Of The Family ! — I bought my 69 Dart new in Oct of 68 for $2463. It now has almost 300,000 miles on it's 225 slant six. This car has never given me problems and is still as dependable as the sun rising in the morning! Inside and out it still looks like a new car. My one and only problem with this car is deciding who in my family to will it to, as it's surely going to outlive me! LOVE MY DART !!

Owner for 38 years, 4 months

Miles Driven per Year:3,000

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1969 Dodge Dart Review
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vs1969 Chevrolet Malibu
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Back Seats Ranked 1969 Chevrolet Malibu worse.
"more room"
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"none"
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2016 Dodge Dart Reviews

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2015 Dodge Dart Reviews

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2014 Dodge Dart Reviews

Review By Guru9L3G1C

Good price for the car. Not my first Dart. Read More

Review By Thetraedavis

I’ve owned my dart since 2015. Just hit over 100k miles and it’s not given me a single issue. As long as these cars are maintained, I’m convinced they’ll run forever. Read More

2013 Dodge Dart Reviews

Review By Evelyn

Because I went to see the vehicle and there was no engine Read More

Review By Dredlox

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1976 Dodge Dart Reviews

Best First Car Anyone Could Have, Reliable And Utilitarian. By Noah

This machine was my first car. With $400 and buying it at night I actually came out on top. This car couldn't die, and had no ergonomics at all. No carpet, holes in the floor from rust. No trunk bott... Read More

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