Recently, we picked up a 1967 Dodge Dart GT equipped with a 273 engine with a two-barrel carburetor, a console shifted 904 Torqueflite automatic, and a 2.94:1 geared 7.25 rear end. The Dart survived five previous owners and over 50 years of driving. Although the Dart was in pretty good shape it did have an intermittent starting issue that the last owner could not figure out. This did not deter us and luckily with help from Classic Industries it was an easy fix.

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