I recently purchased 1965 Dart Charger 273. It came with quite of few accessories (trim and emblems). While doing a web search I found out this vehilcle is one of 180 that were built back then. I also recently found an article at www.moparmusclemagazine.com/featuredvehicles by Bob Smock. He too has a 1965 Dart Charger 273. He is aware of only 3 others in existance. How can I get a hold of Bob Smock to let him know I too have that rare car. I'd like to know how much the car is worth. Also should I restore it to its orignial stock form. The car is rust free (from California I believe) and has a hard top (not a convertible). Can you help me out?Richard GarbelmanShawano, Wisconsin (near Green Bay)
I see here lately alot of interest in the dart charger. Has more information come forward? I see others think they have seen or viewed more of them even a sighting of a fastback. I didn't even hear of one of these before.Concerning Richard Garbelmans find, I would hope he keeps it as close to stock as possible if they are as rare as it seems.
Hi Richard! I've been running a register on these rare Darts for 21 years. They are extrelmy rare. Up to now there is 24 cars all together. / convertibles and the rest of them is hardtops.I would be more then glad if you could email me your fendertag and VIN info and I will put you in the register.I also send out a newsletter 4 times a year.Re your car - keep it stock! You don't see them too often. That's for sureUlf
Hi Richard!Send me a copy of the fendertag along with the VIN# and I will decode the car for you and you will get the production figures too. Send it to: firstname.lastname@example.orgRegardsUlf
Hi ** I would like to be put on your news letter list if possible ** I've become very interested in the "65 Dart Charger ** Thanks ** (hahnyahn)