Classic vintage drop top MOPAR convertible slant 6 motor

Price: US $15,995.00
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Dart
  • SubModel: GT Convertible
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: GT Convertible
  • Year: 1963
  • Mileage: 46542
  • VIN: 7432643319
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 225 CI Slant 6
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Turquoise
  • Options: --
  • Vehicle Title: --
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Description:

1963 Dodge Dart GT Convertible

Can you believe you can get this cool cruising convertible for under $16K?! But more than just price, we all know Mopars are the rarest of Detroit's Big Three, and this 1963 Dodge Dart GT convertible has a cool look with vintage features and a terrific authenticity.
This was the debut year for the new Dart. Dodge was particularly bold with this generation by giving some of the wide presence and rounded styling that came from Chrysler's futuristic turbine-powered cars. Today the design has appreciated into a retro-cool reminder of the jet age. So it's great to have such a straight and well-presented body. The factory-correct white was given a respray later in life so that it reins a good look today. And you'll love the brightwork details, like the wraparound bumpers, sporty rear fender trim, correct GT emblems, factory-style wheel covers, and the bright bezels that show off the distinctive headlights.
The hint of turquoise in the side trim is no accident. It's a preview of the full turquoise interior. So when you're open to the world, and the color-matched convertible boot is in place, this one has an outstandingly attractive vintage total look inside and out. The turquoise gives the car a very vibrant look, and the trim tag tells us this was born with this outstanding color. It was refreshed later in life so that you still get a nice appearance, right down to the button-top presentation of the seats and door panels. You also get a nice GT-style driver's feeling with front bucket seats and a center console in-between. There are some subtle, but worthwhile, upgrades like the water temp gauge and AM/FM radio. But what you'll really love is how the whole atmosphere captures the 1960s love for switches and knobs. You see it everywhere from the power top control to the push-button transmission.
Under the hood is the Mopar's 225 cubic-inch six-cylinder. This slant-six is an era-correct block that's believed to be original to the car. There's a hint of flair here with polished pieces like the valve cover and air topper. But what you'll really appreciate is the level of care over the years. It makes for a motor that loves to fire up and run. This is a peppy powerhouse that can move the lightweight Dart with ease, and the three-speed automatic transmission gives it the right cruiser feel.
Complete with owner's manual, rarely do you get such a unique treat for such an affordable price. So hurry up and grab this convertible Dart before it's gone. Call today!!!