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1960 dodge dart phoenix

I purchased this car in 1963 for $1500. It had a hemi 392? Long ram, dual Rochester 4 barrels. Being I was 17 my dad had to sign for car and the only way he would sign was for dealer to change to a two barrel. They did and it was a dog, but it was a convertible with power swivel seats, beautiful car, girls loved it. Dad made them change to 2 barrel said I couldn't have a race car. In 1965 I traded it for a 1965 coronet 440. My dad said it was a nice car, white wall tires, stick shift. It was a 426 street wedge. When dad and I picked it up, I pulled a hole shot, his only words were "boy you got a lousy race car" too late dad. I should have taken his advice, as I lost my license twice. But I wouldn't trade those memories for anything!

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