Rust from the top down, that's the way to do it. Rims on this look so boss. Wonder if it's got a v8 or the slant 6?
Why would they let it deteriorate?!
Great stance, wheels, even the condition. Grandpa had a 4 dr one that my uncle converted into a drag car - long gone BTW
Interesting blog! I like it. Fantastic! :)
What a memory this brings back! My uncle had the original Dodge Dart in a dark green color.
Digging the highschooler hotrod look.
i never appreciated the dodge design language from this era until i saw that profile shot. so many contradictions here, but somehow it all comes together in an interesting way.the trim piece bisecting the car seems incongruous when you focus on any adjacent detail, but removing it would cause a void between the style lines.its three box shape looks almost symmetrical and utilitarian from certain angles, but the long nose and deck and the wiiiide c-pillar (and that kink!) give it a sportier, almost personal luxury coupe set of proportions.weirdest of all is the combination of angles and curves: the round headlamps in square buckets. the round front wheel arch contrasts its square rear counterpart. rectangular nose, curvaceous tail.thanks for posting.
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