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1963 Dodge Dart Station Wagon

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Dart
  • SubModel: Dart
  • Type: Wagon
  • Trim: 270
  • Year: 1963
  • Mileage: 500
  • VIN: 7532678210
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 318 V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: Cassette Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Grand Junction, Colorado, United States


1963 Dodge Dart Station Wagon 270

4 Door Station Wagon

318 v8 Conversion (the original engine was a 225 Slant 6)

Power Steering

TF 9043 Speed Automatic Transmission

7 1/4 Rear End

Rebuilt 318 V8 (About 500 Miles on Engine)

New Duracell Ultra 800 CCA Battery and Battery Hold Down Kit

New Master Cylinder installed

New Rear Drums and Shoes installed

4 New Wheel Cylinders installed

New Spicer U-Joints

Balanced Driveshaft

New Fuel Tank, Pad,and Sender

New 2 1/2" Dual Exhaust with 40 Series Flowmaster Mufflers (duals dump in front of rear axle)

New B&M Star Shifter

New B&M Automatic Transmission Super Cooler

I am selling my supercool, running, driving, 1963 Dodge Dart 270Station Wagon project vehicle.

I bought this Dodge Dart Station Wagon in 2006. It came with a 225 Slant 6 engine. I did aV8 conversion by adding ina 318 engine and a TF 904 3 speed auto from a 1974 Dodge Dart. The driveshaftalso came from the same vehicle. I had the 318 bored out 0.030 over and added speed pro cast pistons, new cam, rod, and main bearings. The crank wasground 0.010 on the rod and mainjournals. The stock heads were rebuilt with new valve seats.It has an Edelbrock performer cam, performer intake manifold, performer600cfm manual choke carburetor. I also added Edelbrock chrome valve covers and air cleaner. It has a Napa water pump, chrome pulleys, Summit Racing oil pan,Summit Racing distributorand a Mopar Orange Ignition Box. A Red MSD Blaster 2coil and red8.5 spark plug wires send current to the spark plugs. The engine has about 500miles on it. The transmissionis ingood working order and shifts great. I replaced the transmission filter and gasket, added a B&M Star Shifter and a B&M Super Cooler. The driveshaft has new spicer u-joints and was cut and balanced to fit into its new home. I also added a new fuel pump, fueltank, fuel tank pad and new fuel sender. It has power steering that works well but has a small leak. I think it might be one of the hoses. That is the only leak on vehicle. The engine and transmission are dry.

The interior has no headliner andwill need new front floor pans, the rear floorpan and spare tire areais in great shape with no rust. It has theoriginal rear seat that folds down flat and it will need to be recovered. Front bucket seats don't match I'm not sure what they came out of. They were in the wagon when I bought it. I added a set of Summit Racing gauges, oil pressure and water temp and also added a Sunpro Tach.The stock steering wheel was broke so Iadded the classic Grantchrome threespoke wheel. The radio, horn, alt and speedo gauge work greatthe fuel gauge doesn't work.

The outside body is in good shape for being over 50 years old. Tires were new when I bought it in 2006. They have good tread buthave some sun cracks. They all hold air except the pass rear tire has a slow leak. I don't have a spare tire for it. It has a few dents and scratches and the usual Mopar rust. The rear rockers will need to be replaced and the front floor pans will need to be replaced also. It will need a new front windshield as it has a couple of cracks in it. The rest of the glass is in good shape. The rear window and doorglassall roll up and down fine. The front grille is from a 1964 Dart.

I tried to list everything I could think of. I'm sure I left a few things out. If you have any questions please ask. Look at pictures before biding. Vehicle is being sold "as is" "where is" buyer is responsible for shipping or pick up. Even though this vehicle runs anddrives I wouldstill trailerit home as thisvehicle is over 50 years old. A $250 deposit is due within 24 hours of auction end. This Dart Station Wagon gets a ton of looks and a lot of thumbs up when driving.