Dodge developed the Dart lineup in 1959 to slot in below their full-sized offerings, whilst maintaining some appearance and performance characteristics of these. Running across four generations, the Dart saw production in a variety of body styles, including two and four-door sedans, wagons, hardtops, and convertibles. Of course, engines would include V8 options. The fourth-generation saw a substantial redesign upon its introduction for the 1967 model year, and thereafter, incremental changes were implemented every year until it bowed out in 1976. If a Dart intrigues you, here’s a 1967 Dodge Dart GT from California for you to consider. The car looks sound from the outside, and the seller notes that it ‘runs amazing’, so why not take a punt on one of these as a left-field choice for a Sixties classic?