1969 Dodge Dart GTS M Code

Technical specifications of Dodge Dart 1969

Price: US $65,995.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Local pick-up only
Make: Dodge
Model: Dart
SubModel: GTS M Code
Type: Coupe
Trim: GTS M Code
Year: 1969
Mileage: 53914
VIN: LS23M9B274710
Color: Green
Engine size: 440 Magnum V8
Power options: --
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Parchment
Options: --
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

The 1969 Dodge Dart GTS was already quite a speedy machine, but for a select few, there was a street-eating option hiding in the option sheet. Mopar fans go weak in the knees when seeing a M-code coupe like this. That means the mightiest motor in the smallest package. And this rare and special hardtop has even been given a quality restoration so that people will admire it for more than just its pure muscle.

This car is a mix of pure intimidation and style. It starts with a nice restoration investment that shows off crisp bodywork and a hard shine on the factory-correct Dark Green Metallic. There's a nice feeling of quality everywhere you look, from the shining chrome bumpers, to the turn signal indicators in the fender tops. And the premium black vinyl roof shows off the pillarless hardtop profile. We understand exactly they invested so nicely in this Mopar. It's one of only 640 M-code cars, and is 1 of 51 remaining in the Chrysler Registry. And those red GTS badges are earned on this coupe. The Darts have a square-jaw muscular look that gets furthered by the faux hood vents with 440 callouts, cop-style dog dish hubcaps, and the rear sports stripe that boldly stands out against the dark green.

The trunk stripe is a preview of the factory-correct white/parchment vinyl interior. It's ultra-clean inside, and so it's obvious that someone who really loved this car was in charge of its maintenance. It's a crisp look, right down to the ribbed pattern on the seats that's repeated on the door panels. This gives off a premium feeling with nice options like the high-back bucket seats, center console, and a rear defroster. They have kept the feeling quite factory-like, right down to the AM radio that's still on display. However, a couple of cleanly installed auxiliary gauges, including a SunPro tach, are a nice indication you're going to love what's in the engine bay.

When you lift the hood, the big 440 cubic-inch V8 dominates your view. These M-code coupes were built just so Dodge could compete in the NHRA Factory Super Stock class. So it's a real racecar for the streets. The block is not original to the car, however as a genuine M-code machine, this street-eating Magnum motor properly belongs in the engine bay. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor this motor may look nice, but it creates some seriously mean power in the lightweight Dart. All these M-codes were mated to the A727 Torqueflite because the transmission was stout enough to handle the power, and it made sure no one forgot to shift these monster motors.

This is a rare and powerful Mopar with an awesome award-worthy look. You'll love everything from the shine of the paint to the growl of the exhaust. So don't miss you chance at Mopar royalty, call today!

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