Info on the 1964 Dodge Dart GT Convertible

Some 1964 Dodge Dart Convertibles were released with a special golden anniversary trim package that included gold welt on the seats and gold-toned emblems to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Dodge Company. Read on for some more info on these unique convertibles.

1964 Dodge Dart GT Convertible

By: Laure Justice

Third Gen Darts

The two-door ’64 Dodge Dart was part of the third generation of Darts offered by the company, and it featured slightly rounded, more aerodynamic lines than previous generations of the Dart.

“Small” V-8 Engine

The ’64 Dart came with a 273 V-8 engine and a 2 barrel Carter BBD carburetor. This “small” V-8 provided the Dart with a top speed of around 108 miles per hour and fuel consumption from a low of 11.3 mpg in the city and a high of 21.7 for extra-urban driving.

Curb Weight of the ’64 Dodge Dart Convertible

According to the Automobile Catalog website, the ’64 Dart Convertible weighed in at 3053 pounds (That’s curb weight, which means that’s what this Dart weighed without a driver.)

Push Button Automatic or Manual Transmission

This car is also listed as having come with a four-speed manual transmission, but as a side note, I had one of these golden anniversary edition Dodge Darts, back in the day, so to speak, and it had a push-button automatic transmission.

I hope you enjoyed this short review of the 1964 Dodge Dart Convertible.

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