In 1964, Chrysler offered an optional V-8 with it's popular Dodge Valiant. Banking on the resulting success of this option package, Chrysler went on to release a decade worth of low-priced, high-performance muscle cars based on the qA-bodyq Valiant, including the Dodge Dart GT and GTS, the Swinger 340, and the Demon, as well as the Plymouth Duster. Today, these cars' phenomenal sales figures translate to a thriving Dart and Duster enthusiast scene. Color photography of restored and factory-original vehicles, along with archival black-and-white images, are accompanied by an authoritative history examining the development of the cars. In addition to model histories for each, there are in-depth discussions of vehicle design and production, driving impressions, accessories and options, popular performance upgrades of the period, and the cars' successful histories at the drag strip.They get satisfaction from grasping and operating a stick shift manual transmission, from the feel of smooth cornering, ... Ponycar pretenders like the Toyota Celica were also tempting customers who might once have purchased a Camaro ... Similar cars from other manufacturers, such as the Chevy Nova and Ford Maverick, also survived the down times in good shape. ... The deck spoiler on this car is an owner addition from a 1972 model. ijjr Haunted by Demons Mr. Norma#39;s Hot Rodsanbsp;...
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