You will not find one like this one owner restored with all the his heart. You might find the 1964 Dodge Dart but the Dart Wagon is very rare Below is a little history of the Third Generation Dodge Dart cars and wagon Third generation (1963–1966)Third generation1963 Dodge Dart 170 4-door sedanOverviewProduction1962–1966AssemblyBelvidere, Illinois, United States Hamtramck, Michigan, United States Los Angeles, California, United States St. Louis, Missouri, United States Buenos Aires, Argentina Villaverde, Madrid, SpainBody and chassisBody style4-door wagon 4-door sedan 2-door sedan 2-door hardtop 2-door convertiblePlatformA-bodyRelatedPlymouth Valiant Plymouth Barracuda Chrysler ValiantPowertrainEngine170 cu in (2.
The longer wheelbase gave more rear seat legroom than the previous Lancer or the contemporaneous Valiant. The Dart was available as a 2- or 4-door sedan, a 2-door hardtop coupe, a station wagon, and a convertible. Three trim levels were offered:
7 L), 145 hp (108 kW) version was available for less than $50 extra. The aluminum engine block for the 225 was discontinued early in the 1963 model year. After the start of the 1964 model year, an all-new, compact, lightweight 273 cu in (4.
1 ratio was optional. New features included stronger door locks and a refined automatic choke.In 1965, the 2-barrel 273 remained available, but a new performance version of the 273 engine was released with a 4-barrel carburetor, 10.