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1960 Dodge Dart Phoenix 2 door hardtop - nice


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I had this one come in through the WPC Club Email. If anyone is interested please respond to the seller via the email link.

- Ian

From Dave Walker at dwalker6697@comcast.net

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For Sale: 1960 Dodge Dart Phoenix 2-door hardtop. Equipped with 318 Poly V8, 3-speed pushbutton Torqueflite transmission, power brakes, power steering, original AM radio, remote outside mirror, Satellite dashboard clock, split bench seat interior, dual exhaust. Have owned and maintained since 2001 after purchasing from IL, car was originally from Arizona and is now located in NH. Has only been used in summer months since being brought here in 2001. Very dry car underneath with excellent floorboards and no rust in trunk. Has all of its original stainless trim and exterior chrome in very good condition. Taillight and headlight bezel chrome is excellent, no pitting on exterior Dodge and Phoenix emblems. Originally a Fawn color inside and out, the car was at some point repainted a two-tone tan/beige color with a chocolate brown metallic roof. Original interior was also redone in the past to match outside colors with a brown and white pleated vinyl, including the door panels. Paint is shiny and interior is in great condition including carpet, armrests, and headliner. All glass is clear with no chips or scratches. Used locally for cruise nights and shows, always stands out in a crowd. Needs some minor attention to be perfect: current power steering box has a pinion seal leak and some small blisters are forming on the lower rocker panels in front of the rear wheels. Overall the car is in very good condition for its age and is a solid and presentable driver with no rust issues in the usual problem areas on these cars. Always starts right up and everything works (all lights, directionals, wipers, radio, clock, remote mirror). Rear package shelf has 6x9 speakers for use with under-dash removable FM Stereo cassette, can be easily removed. Would be perfect for a 1960 Dodge enthusiast looking for a nice example of this attractive and hard-to-find body style. Price is $12,500. If you have any questions or would like more specific photos and information, email Dave Walker at dwalker6697@comcast.net97@comcast.net

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