1969 Dodge Dart GTS 375 HP Magnum V-8 engine


Description


440/375 HP Magnum V-8 engine
4-barrel carburetor
Dual exhaust
Console-shifted Torqueflite automatic transmission
Bucket seats and center console
Solid State pushbutton radio
Painted steel wheels
Bright hubcaps with Fratzog logo
White stripe tires
The fifth-digit M could have meant anything—mayhem, monstrous, magnificent—but to the guys building cars like this factory black-on-black example, it meant a 440/375 HP Magnum V-8 engine would be under that sport hood. Topped by a 4-barrel carburetor and special exhaust manifolds feeding into dual exhaust, the engine was a serious undertaking for serious buyers. Room was not available for power brakes nor for clutch linkage, so all 1969 M-code Darts were automatics, in this case showcased by the console-shifted TorqueFlite automatic transmission. Suspension changes were minimal, except for what Chrysler Engineering had previously developed for big-block GTS installs. Under hard acceleration, passengers would hold onto anything for dear life, while the driver grinned and gripped the steering wheel. Inside, this car features bucket seats with headrests, the center console, a Solid State pushbutton radio, special GT door trim and a basic dash layout. With thin-line chrome on the outside highlighting the rockers, wheel wells, drip rails and hood callouts, the almost-humorous use of white-line tires on painted steel wheels featuring poverty-design hubcaps with the Fratzog logo finishes the look.
1969 Dodge Dart GTS 375 HP Magnum V-8 engine
$ 17,300.00
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440/375 HP Magnum V-8 engine
4-barrel carburetor
Dual exhaust
Console-shifted Torqueflite automatic transmission
Bucket seats and center console
Solid State pushbutton radio
Painted steel wheels
Bright hubcaps with Fratzog logo
White stripe tires
The fifth-digit M could have meant anything—mayhem, monstrous, magnificent—but to the guys building cars like this factory black-on-black example, it meant a 440/375 HP Magnum V-8 engine would be under that sport hood. Topped by a 4-barrel carburetor and special exhaust manifolds feeding into dual exhaust, the engine was a serious undertaking for serious buyers. Room was not available for power brakes nor for clutch linkage, so all 1969 M-code Darts were automatics, in this case showcased by the console-shifted TorqueFlite automatic transmission. Suspension changes were minimal, except for what Chrysler Engineering had previously developed for big-block GTS installs. Under hard acceleration, passengers would hold onto anything for dear life, while the driver grinned and gripped the steering wheel. Inside, this car features bucket seats with headrests, the center console, a Solid State pushbutton radio, special GT door trim and a basic dash layout. With thin-line chrome on the outside highlighting the rockers, wheel wells, drip rails and hood callouts, the almost-humorous use of white-line tires on painted steel wheels featuring poverty-design hubcaps with the Fratzog logo finishes the look.

Additional information

Make: Dodge
Model: Dart GTS
Year: 1969
Doors: 2
Mileage: 15563
Transmission: Automatic
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Black
Vehicle Identification Number: LS23M9B357868
United States, Illinois, Chicago
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