1967 - 1971 Dodge Dart Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
The Dodge Dart was a line of automobiles marketed by Dodge from the 1959 to 1976 model years in North America, with production extended to later years in various other markets. The Dart nameplate was resurrected for a Fiat-derived compact car that was introduced in 2012. The Dart name originally appeared on a 1956 Chrysler show car featuring a streamlined body designed by the Italian coachbuilder Carrozzeria Ghia that was later modified and renamed the Dart Diablo. The production Dart was introduced as a lower-priced, full-size Dodge in 1960 and 1961, became a mid-size car for 1962, and then was a compact from 1963 to 1976. The Dart and its sister model—the Plymouth Valiant—were substantially redesigned for their 4th generation which lasted from 1967 to 1976. The 1963-66 Dodge Darts had barely enough room under the hood for a 273 V8; the new Darts were wider and larger, with “big car” styling and enough room for a fire-breathing 340. They lost a certain nimble, tight feel, but they gained power, and lots of it, for those few who ordered the 340. The success of the 1970 Plymouth Duster — a Valiant, restyled from the front doors back, which restored Plymouth’s flagging sales with a vengeance. Dodge demanded, and got, their own version — the 1971 Dodge Demon. The Demon 340 replaced the Swinger 340; the Custom hardtop became the Swinger, and the old Swinger became the Swinger Special. None were anywhere near as successful as the Duster; nor was the Scamp, a Plymouth clone of the Swinger. Canadians got a Scamp Special in 1971; Americans had to wait until 1976.
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