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66 Dart Wagon #3025829
03/20/22 06:54 PM
03/20/22 06:54 PM
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Eagle, Idaho
Neil Offline OP
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Never seen this bodystyle in person. Not many 1966 Darts in this area let alone a wagon.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/cto/d/santa-rosa-66-dodge-dart-wagon/7460712199.html

Re: 66 Dart Wagon [Re: Neil] #3025850
03/20/22 08:39 PM
03/20/22 08:39 PM
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Crate motor? Assume its a 270 model and he does not think that's the engine size?


Never, ever argue with an IDIOT. They will drag you to their level and then beat you with their years of experience
Re: 66 Dart Wagon [Re: oldjonny] #3025888
03/20/22 10:18 PM
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New York
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The early A-body wagons always looked better from the front than they did from the rear.

Re: 66 Dart Wagon [Re: oldjonny] #3026493
03/22/22 06:18 PM
03/22/22 06:18 PM
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Central Florida
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Originally Posted by oldjonny
Crate motor? Assume its a 270 model and he does not think that's the engine size?
Yes that's very confusing. But I'm relieved it's not an LS crate laugh

These pre 67's have grown on me, wagons and sedans. They are odd from the back for sure with their super squared off pillars but I like them.


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Re: 66 Dart Wagon [Re: larrymopar360] #3026512
03/22/22 07:28 PM
03/22/22 07:28 PM
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So Near, Yet So Far
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I never cared much for the rearend styling on the '63-'66 era Dart wagons, not that it matters.
But I'd love to have a '60-'62 A wagon, so go figure laugh2

Re: 66 Dart Wagon [Re: topside] #3026926
03/23/22 10:16 PM
03/23/22 10:16 PM
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One I hated letting go was a 1965 Dart wagon w 225 that I bought off a guy named Craig Norton who ran a mopar classified magazine in the 1990’s here on the west coast. Cool guy, really loved his mopars. Still, be tempted to turn one into a gasser or street freak if I found a cheap body locally.







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