Frequently Asked Questions
Technical Questions & General Information
"I have a technical question about my Dart. Where on the Dodge Dart Page might I find the answer?"
My technical knowledge is limited, although growing. A couple sources to check:
Also see the question on where to go on the Internet to discuss Dodge Darts (below).
"Where else on the Internet can I go to discuss Dodge Darts?"
- Yahoo! Groups Dodge Dart Discussion -- An unmoderated threaded discussion of Dodge Darts on Yahoo.
- Valiant Varieties -- Has a forum for discussion of all A-bodies, including Dodge Darts, and much to offer in other respects as well.
- The Mopar Mailing List -- An e-mail discussion list mostly devoted to older Chrysler products (including Dodge, Plymouth, etc.). You need to have a real love of Mopars, however, as message traffic is high--usually
upwards of one hundred messages per day.
- Mopars on the Web -- A good source of
information, parts, and even cars to buy or sell. However, the site does seem to be biased
toward the Mopar muscle cars, so if, like me, you own a slant-six four-door sedan,
you may need to look elsewhere.
"How many Dodge Darts of a given type were sold during model year 19xx?"
Please consult the table of sales figures that
I have posted.
Selling/Finding Cars and Parts
"I have a Dodge Dart car or Dodge Dart parts for sale. Where can I post an ad?"
The classified section of the Dodge Dart Page started running for-sale and want ads in June 1999 for complete cars. Parts for-sale ads were added in September 2000.
"I need body/engine/suspension/other parts for my Dart. Where can
I find them?"
There are several sources I would suggest checking (please note that I do not sell parts myself):
Good luck on the parts hunt! And if anyone knows of or comes across a
particularly good source of Dodge Dart parts, please
add it to the vendor list.
- The Dodge Dart Classified Parts Section
- The local list of Dodge Dart parts vendors: Visitors to the Dodge Dart Page have recommended the vendors on
this list; some recommendations come from the vendors themselves.
- Hemmings Motor News: THE classified section for the classic-car hobby, it may list vendors for the parts you need.
- Partsvoice: If
you already have the Chrysler part number of the item you need, use this free
service to search for the part. A list of vendors carrying the part
will be provided.
- The dealer: Believe it or not, a lot of these
parts (especially the smaller ones) are still carried, and even if
they are not, you may still be able to get the part number.
Return to the Dodge Dart Page
Maintained by Joseph Newhouse / E-mail Joseph Newhouse