Suddenly It's 1960

OKDart

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Chevies reply in 1960


LOL, "Save money on oil with a 4 qt sump vs 5 qt sump", might as well make it 3 quarts to save even more!

Seems like a lot of their points don't hold up in hindsight.

I didn't know that the '60 Dart was on a Plymouth chassis, interesting. I knew the late 50's Chrysler Windsor were on a Dodge chassis. And Canadian Dodges had a Plymouth body with Dodge front clip.
 

Ttotired

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I have a 60 plymouth and I have had a 60 dart.

The dart was bought as a parts car for the plymouth, but I decided the dart was salvageble (just barely) so I fixed it.

I did a build thread on it in the forward look forum.

You can see it here if you want a bit of a read Viewing a thread - My Barn Find

I am in Australia and the parts from that dodge was going to help me convert the steering on the plymouth to right hand drive.
 

Samplingman

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I have a 60 plymouth and I have had a 60 dart.

The dart was bought as a parts car for the plymouth, but I decided the dart was salvageble (just barely) so I fixed it.

I did a build thread on it in the forward look forum.

You can see it here if you want a bit of a read Viewing a thread - My Barn Find

I am in Australia and the parts from that dodge was going to help me convert the steering on the plymouth to right hand drive.
Wow, that was some transformation. The ending was a bit of a surprise, but good for you. Do you have any pics of the Plymouth?
 

Ttotired

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Wow, that was some transformation. The ending was a bit of a surprise, but good for you. Do you have any pics of the Plymouth?
Yes, but it is still a long way to go. I am converting it to right hand drive, but I have finished rust repairs in the body, just have the fenders etc to do now. Big job
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