posted at the Cohort by John Lloyd
Longer, lower & wider than it should be, or do my eyes deceive me?
Maybe it’s just the camera angle.
And whether period correct or not, those rims are probably the best looking MOPAR rims ever!
If it’s real, and it looks it, that’s a really good chopped top.
Those are real Mopar rims, or a close clone.
Now that’s a nicely done custom. I’m not sure if it’s just a chopped top or the marrying of a current 300 top onto something else that got a sixties’ Dart front and rear clips. If it’s the latter, it would seem to have taken considerable effort and skill to pull it off so well.
I’ve never been a fan of chop tops, but this one is pretty cool and quite cleaver.
A sinister Dart! Very cool – I like the chopped top, along with the rims and paint job. What would be lurking under the hood? A Super Sinister Slant Six? A Hemi Horror?
Wow! Just Wow!
Oog, mah stomach. I think I’m gonna hurl. 🤮
The bunker like windows remind me of the new Blazer. Strange world where CUVs resemble chop tops.
I know! My eye* tells me thedriver in the first photo is having quite a tight fit, if that’s the same person in the second photo.
As a taller-than-average guy with a back that doesn’t like to bend, I recognize the feeling.
(*Disclaimer: My eye is fallible sometimes.)
I was strangely disappointed that his head wasn’t proportioned to match.
The Blazer has a bit of the look of the gun sight Camaro.
I did have to do a double take. It really looks like a ’63 or ’64 Chrysler at first glance, with the chopped roof giving it proportions that are more like those of the full-sized cars.
Looks like something Bertone would do to a Volvo.
I like this, I have never been a fan of 4 door Darts with the heavy oversize C pillars and awkward stretch filler panel between the rear wheel arch and door, but this totally works and the perfect wheel choice, and neat job with the door handles.
Very cool. Amazing how the chopped top make the Dart look much longer.
1965 Dart was 196″ long. That in reality is large car. Well done and different!
Mini Chrysler “300” old style.
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