1961 Dodge Dart Phoenix Convertible
Body Type: Convertible
VIN: 5316185175
Exterior: White
Interior: Blue Vinyl Bench
Engine: 318
Transmission: Pushbutton automatic
Mileage Shown: 88,441
(Actual Mileage Unknown)
Body Numbers:
Options: Power Steering: Yes
Power Brakes: Yes
Power Seats: No
Power Windows: No
Air Conditioning: No
Radio: Yes, Factory AM
Stock Number: K11-256
Price: $38,900  
1961 Dodge Dart Phoenix Convertible
Check out this rare 1961 Dodge Dart Phoenix convertible. The Phoenix was the top-of-the-line Dart available for 1961 and less that 4,000 convertibles were produced. This example is powered by a 318 cubic inch V8 with an automatic transmission. Originally available with drum brakes only, this car has been upgraded to power disc brakes at all four corners. Other than that, this Dodge is equipped as it was when it rolled off the assembly line. A very solid and straight body wears fresh white paint and the blue and white interior looks great. The blue convertible top is as good as new. If you're looking for a unique Mopar to add to your collection, this could be the one.

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