Bill Hartman's devotion to Dodges is reflected in his Electric Blue '71 Dart Swinger, a project that spanned 15 years and two states. The little A-body MoPar features a healthy 440 cubic inch V-8 wedged between its front fenders.
Bill Hartman's devotion to Dodges is reflected in his Electric Blue '71 Dart Swinger, a project that spanned 15 years and two states. The little A-body MoPar features a healthy 440 cubic inch V-8 wedged between its front fenders. The Wichita Eagle
Bill Hartman's devotion to Dodges is reflected in his Electric Blue '71 Dart Swinger, a project that spanned 15 years and two states. The little A-body MoPar features a healthy 440 cubic inch V-8 wedged between its front fenders. The Wichita Eagle

Direct hit with a Dart

March 17, 2012 05:00 AM

UPDATED March 27, 2012 09:33 AM

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