Wow! that is some BOLD styling, Very Cool!
That is just about the coolest car you've ever posted on this blog. That's just amazing. Really. I mean, what were they thinking? Great photos, great choices, wonderful car. And it looks like it is in pretty nice shape, which, for a car like this actually makes it much more attractive. I mean, if it had a bunch of cancer I'd be thinking "oh - too bad. Too far gone to be restored." But this one looks pretty solid.Kudos OPC
Such a cool car! Pity about the 1970s Mopar Rallye wheels. The original wheel covers were as Sputnik-like as the rest of the car. The second set of taillights (the round ones) were a midyear addition, often dealer-retrofitted to the early production models. Seems the little horizontal ones weren't terribly visible in bright sunlight.
oh my god what a bad ass ride. so much style and curves, curves, curves galore. I would be in heaven driving this mean machine. this thing would look even better with some steelies and some fat tires rather than those mid 70's mopar rims, but even so it still looks like a crazy cool space inspired ride.
This is absolutely crazy! It seems like every styling cue of the late '50's and early '60's was lumped onto this car. Surprisingly, it works. I especially like the rear window / trunk, the grille / front end, and the crazy chrome. Not so sure about the round fins and the rear wheel wells, but upon seeing this car up close, who wouldn't get used to it? One of your best yet Tony!
That primer-red paint with patina+those Mopar rallye wheels=awesome. Love the rear and profile shot.
That's a Mopar oddity to say the least. I've never even heard of this particular modeal. It looks to be another Virgil Exner design from that era?
I've always dreamed of finding a pre-third generation Dart, and now I guess it's actually an attainable goal!That's the coolest front bumper I've ever seen, added Dagmars tag. And I've never seen fins dwarf tail lights like this. Exner rules! Thanks for the reference Turbo.
This is a nice car. And, pretty rare.Way over done styling when compared to the '61 price competition, Pontiac, Olds, Mercury, Desoto, and Buick. Even the '60 Edsel used more tasteful restraint.
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