1975 Dodge Dart For Sale

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Description 1975 Dodge Dart

THIS 1975 DODGE DART SWINGER 2 DOOR HARD TOP IN 100% WORKING ORDER DRIVER SLANT SIX FIRES UP EVERY TIME VERY CLEAN WELL KEPT GREAT TIRES ALL COMPLETE NO REAL DAMAGE RUST FREE ALL IN WORKING ORDER VERY STRANGE CAR LOOK DRIVES GREAT POWER AUTO EASY LINES GREAT SHAPE KIND OF A GREAT CLEAN CAR WITH SOME EYEBALL EASY TO DRIVE VERY QUIET JUST GOT IT ON A WHIM UP FOR BEST OFFER OR TRADE I WILL END THE AUCTION EARLY FOR A HUGE OFFER OR TRADE INLINE 6 WITH GOOD COMPRESSION GREAT RUNNING CAR RWD AUTO THE RADIO DOES NOT WORK BUT ALL THE LIGHTS WORK FUNNY LOOKING GREAT DRIVING HAD MANY COMMENTS ON THE CAR AND WILL CONTINUE TO MAKE CARS FUN TO LOOK AT AN DRIVE. WILL MAKE IT FROM COAST TO COAST SEATS A LITTLE WORN BUT WILL KEEP YOU DRIVING. THANKS FOR LOOKING I HOPE TO HELP YOU OUT. CALL WITH QUESTIONS OR TRADES 303-425-8707 1974 In 1974, the US federal 5 mph (8.0 km/h) bumper impact standards were expanded to cover rear bumpers as well as front ones, and as a result the Swinger and Dart sedan's rear bumpers grew much more massive. Taillights larger than the previous year's items were set above the rear bumper, rather than within it. Shoulder and lap belts were finally combined in all Chrysler products into a retractable, inertia-sensitive, single-buckle design Chrysler called "Unibelt", replacing the difficult-to-use separate lap and shoulder belts that had been installed through 1973. The Arab oil embargo of 1973, increased sales of smaller cars in the U.S. Dodge introduced the Dart SE (Special Edition) in mid-1974 as a four-door sedan and two-door hardtop. The SE included velour high back bucket seats with folding armrest, carpeted door panels, woodgrain instrument panel and deluxe wheel covers along with a TorqueFlite automatic transmission as standard equipment. The Special Edition (SE) came equipped with the "Quiet Car" package introduced in 1973. The air conditioning system available on all Darts had increased capacity, quicker cooldown and lower minimum temperatures.[31] An evaporator pressure regulator valve, long used on larger Chrysler products, varied the compressor's capacity without cycling the clutch. The Dart Sport 340 was replaced by the Dart Sport 360 as the 360 cu in (5.9 L) V8 engine replaced the 340 cu in (5.6 L) engine discontinued after 1973. 1975 1975 Swinger The 1975 models were virtually identical to the 1974s, except for a new grille and that California and some high-altitude models were equipped with catalytic converters and so required unleaded gasoline. All 1975 models were required to pass a roof crush test and to meet this stringent requirement, additional reinforcements were added to all Dart 2-door hardtops.[31] Heavy gauge steel in the windshield pillar area had been incorporated into the windshield, pillar and roof design. Darts were also equipped with an improved energy absorbing steering column which used multiple slots in the column jacket to replace prior used convoluted mesh design. At impact, force applied to the steering wheel curled the column jacket back over a mandrel mounted on the floor. Federal Motor Safety Standards briefly required that the front seat belts include a starter interlock system that prevented the engine from starting unless the front seat outboard occupant and the driver fastened their belts.[31] The 198 Slant Six engine was discontinued and the 225 became standard equipment on all models. As in 1974, the 360 V8 was limited to the Dart Sport 360 model. A 4-speed manual transmission was offered with the 6-cylinder engine for the first time in the North American market since 1965, and with a new 30% overdrive 4th gear ratio.[32] It was Chrysler's first application of overdrive since 1959.[33] The final drive ratio in fourth gear was 2.36:1 on the Slant Six cars equipped with 3.23:1 rear axle, and 2.15:1 on the V8s equipped with 2.94:1 rear axle. The result was less engine noise and wear and greater fuel economy.[33] Also for 1975, heaters had 14% more heating capacity than in the previous year's models.[31] The added capacity was the result of adding a third speed to the blower system, which provided 20% greater air flow at maximum setting.[31] The electrically heated backglass defogger grid timer cycle was doubled to 10 minutes. Additionally, sound insulation was improved.[31]

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