’67-’69 Dodge Dart Dash Now Available From Classic Dash

There are few things worse than heading home from the local cruise night in your ’69 Swinger, squinting at a dimly lit fuel gauge, and hoping you’re on the right side of “E.” Even if you can sneak a strenuous peek, how do you know that 50 year old needle is accurate? And what’s to say the vintage voltage limiter isn’t about to cough up its final few volts?

Ease your mind and unfurrow your brow with with the new ’67 – ’69 Dart dash from Classic Dash. Available in matte black, brushed aluminum, and carbon fiber finishes, this sleek piece can give you a subtle, upgraded touch in a mild resto-mod or be the interior’s centerpiece in a pro-touring corner-carver. With a wide range of gauge options from the AutoMeter and Autocross lineups, the choice is yours. All dashes have six gauge holes and come with a matching glove box cover. Pricing for dashes without gauges starts at $399.95.

  • Matte black finish with air conditioning: #719680011
  • Matte black finish without air conditioning: #719680021
  • Brushed aluminum finish with air conditioning: #719680012
  • Brushed aluminum finish without air conditioning: #719680022
  • Carbon fiber finish with air conditioning: #719680013
  • Carbon fiber finish without air conditioning: #719680023

Classic Dash is also looking for two install partners for the newest addition to their catalog. That means two people are going to get a free ’67 – ’69 Dart dash! Anyone with a sweep-style ’67 – ’69 Dart dash in the continental USA is eligible to participate, but entries must be received by 10/31/2018. Install partner duties will include completing installation within 45 days of receiving the new dash, providing pictures and video of the entire installation, and lending feedback to the process.

For complete details, visit the Dodge Dart Dash Install Partner Program page on the Classic Dash website. Also be sure to use promo code CLASSIC15 between now and 10/31/2018 to receive 15% off of your total order (some exclusions apply).

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Kent Will

Kent grew up in the shop with his old man and his '70 Charger R/T. His first car was a 1969 Super Bee project when Kent was fourteen. That restoration experience lead to pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a career in manufacturing. Since then, the garage has expanded to include a '67 Satellite, a '72 Scamp, and a 2010 Mopar '10 Challenger.

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