Thursday, 22 November 2012

Racin' Dart

£95,000 may sound like a lot of money (well, it is), but for a historic, turn-key race car it's an absolute bloody steal.
This 1964 Dodge Dart is a unique entity in Europe - they're pretty obscure even in the US - but that doesn't mean it's been kept hermetically sealed in an airless box. Indeed, scroll down through the pictures and you'll see a plethora of scrutineering stickers from Goodwood, Donington, Castle Combe and so on. It's got oodles of competition provenance, full FIA HTP papers and eligibility for Appendix K races, and it looks absolutely gorgeous to boot.
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