Street Parked: 1967 Dodge Dart

Dodge Dart rear profileIn 1967 the fourth generation of Dodge Dart was released. It was bigger than the third generation, but was still “compact” and weighed under 3000 pounds. This car is a base model Dart 2 door sedan with the venerable 170 cubic inch (2.8 liter) slant six engine. It seems that by the late 60s the trend of trying to make smaller American cars was fading. This Dart is a fairly sizable car for being an entry model, it would dwarf a VW Beetle.
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Street Parked: Snow Driving Straight Sixes

Seattle’s hills and mild climate make for treacherous snow driving as our snow melts and refreezes our streets into curling sheets just waiting to send bendy buses jack-knifing into phone poles.

During our most recent icepocalypse¬†I enjoyed a stroll through my neighborhood and found today’s two inline¬†six powered cars parked less than a block from each other. One is a historic icon of motoring, and the other is a JDM Skyline GT-R.
It's a Signet, that's good right?GT over R equals awesome.

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