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Dodge Dart. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1962) Dodge Dart 440 Economy Car. First of the Action-Economy cars. A Dart 440 will accelerate seven percent faster than last year's comparable model, and do it on five percent less gas. Reason? Dead weight has been reduced to a minimum. Dodge Dart 440 (1962) First of the Action-Economy Cars. It accelerates 7 percent quicker than last year's comparable model, and it does it on 5 percent less gas. You see, dead weight has been reduced to a minimum. For instance, the automatic transmission housing (for V8s) used to be made of cast iron, now it's aluminum. Chrysler Motors Corporation. (1960) Time you got acquainted with America's fine economy car. New Economy Slant 6, and a zippy V-8. 20 models, all body styles, in Seneca, Pioneer, or Phoenix Series. Dodge Dart Swinger (1974) 2-door hardtop. Dart Custom 4-door sedan. You get a great small car and a Free Automatic Transmission Offer. Slant Six engine. Electronic Ignition. Big Trunk. Increasing resale value. The original Dodge Dart is an automobile built by the Dodge division of the Chrysler Corporation from 1960 to 1976 in North America, with production extended to later years in various other markets. The Dart was resurrected as a nameplate for a completely unrelated car introduced in 2013. Predecessor: Dodge Lancer (for compact version). Successor: Dodge Aspen. Enjoy these vintage ads for Dodge Dart while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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