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    1967 dodge dart gt convertible

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    Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. Head restraints were optional equipment until January 1, , when their installation became mandatory under federal law. The aluminum engine block for the was discontinued early in the model year. The Dodge Dart is an automobile originally built by Dodge from to in North America, with production extended to later years in various other markets. In addition to new styling, the cars received revised steering systems, wider front track and frame rail spacing, and redesigned K-members capable of accepting larger engines.

    1967 dodge dart gt convertible

    1967 dodge dart gt convertible

    1967 dodge dart gt convertible

    1967 dodge dart gt convertible

    1967 dodge dart gt convertible

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    The Dodge Dart is an automobile originally built by Dodge from to in North America, with production extended to later years in various other markets. The Dart nameplate was resurrected for a Fiat-derived compact car introduced in The Dart name originally appeared on a show car featuring a body designed by the Italian coachbuilder Carrozzeria Ghia.

    The production Dart was introduced as a lower-priced, shorter wheelbase, full-size Dodge in and , became a mid-size car for , and finally was a compact from to The first Dodge Darts were introduced for the model year. They were downsized large cars developed to replace the Plymouth in the standard, low-priced car segment for the Dodge dealer network. Dodge dealers had been selling Plymouths since , but divisional restructuring took the Plymouth brand away from the Dodge dealer network. Project planners proposed the name Dart, only to have Chrysler executives demand an expensive research program which produced the name Zipp.

    1967 dodge dart gt convertible

    This was promptly rejected in favor of Dart. With the cancellation of Chrysler's upper level DeSoto brand, upper level Dodge products were pushed upmarket, while using Plymouth products with more features for lower-level Dodge products. The Dart line was offered in three trim levels: Sales of the new Dart were greater than those of the full-size Dodge Matador and Dodge Polara , which also created an in-house competitor for Plymouth. After the economic downturn of , Dodge production for rebounded to a , cars, the division's highest total to date and good for sixth place behind Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth, Rambler, and Pontiac.

    As the Dart's sales climbed, Plymouth's sales dropped. Chrysler executives did little to stop the infighting between the divisions. Dart sales were so strong in that production of the medium-priced model lines were reduced. The full-size, mid-priced Matador was discontinued after the model year as buyers selected the slightly smaller but better-appointed and less expensive Dart Phoenix.

    1967 dodge dart gt convertible

    The premium Polara remained in the medium-price segment in For the model year, the Dart continued as the smallest full-size Dodge. The same three trim levels were available: Phoenix convertibles were equipped with V8 engines. Beginning mid-year, some Darts ordered with the engine were equipped with the die-cast aluminum block. Darts in all series were equipped as standard with three-speed, column-shifted manual transmissions. Chrysler's pushbutton-shifted TorqueFlite automatic was available at extra cost.

    The alternator , introduced as standard equipment in on the Valiant , replaced the previous DC generator on all Chrysler products. Canadian-built Darts were identical to U. Virgil Exner 's styling with its reverse fins, rear fender scalloping the headlights were widely referred to as "ingrown toenails" and concave grille was highly unpopular with consumers.

    The wraparound taillights projected light sideward, not rearward. However, these large round lights were mounted near the inboard side of the reverse fins, and aggravated the already awkward styling. The automobile market was generally an off-year for automobile sales, and Dodge production went down to , units, of which , were Darts.

    1967 dodge dart gt convertible

    Dodge ranked ninth in sales in the American market in , down from sixth place in Sales of the compact Dodge Lancer were 74, units compared to its Plymouth twin, the Valiant, which sold , units for the same year.

    The Polara , offered in 2-door hardtop, 4-door hardtop, and convertible styles, was dimensionally identical but not officially a Dart by dint of its "Polara " badging. The Polara was not built or sold in Canada, and the Dart models were the same as in the U. The Dart and Polara were downsized as part of Chrysler's hasty effort to compete with what company leaders thought would be downsized large cars from Chevrolet—in fact they had overheard talk not of the big Chevrolets but of the compact Chevy II Nova , a basic front-engine compact to compete more directly than the Corvair with the Ford Falcon , Rambler American , and Plymouth Valiant.

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