In 1966, Dodge offered buyers a performance-enhanced version of its Dart, built specifically for D Stock drag racing. With a little bit of work, a few enterprising road racers discovered that these cars were competitive in the SCCA’s new Trans-American Sedan Championship series, and a few D-Darts were converted to go fast in other than a straight line, running alongside their more conventional Dart brethren. A mere 50 Dodge D-Darts were built in total, and only a handful were ever run in the SCCA’s Trans Am series.
The Dart’s moment in the Trans-Am sun was short-lived. Despite the model’s two wins in 1966, Ford took the championship that season and followed up with a second championship in 1967. The following year, 1968, the Chevrolet Camaro was the car to beat, and by that time, Dodge was out of the running for the Trans-Am manufacturer’s championship.
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