This was the Dodge version of the Duster. It was initially called Demon, but that name was controversial, and it was quickly changed to Sport. But yes, more thought could have been put into the name; I'd also expect a "sport" version to have bucket seats and a console shifter. Perhaps you recall that, during the 1960's, the Dart GT also had a base 6-cylinder engine.any mopar model that sport in its name should've had a V8 standard.
I own a 1974 Valiant and a 2013 Dart. Believe me, you wouldn't buy one today if it was on the market.I remember when they were new and how reasonably priced cars were then. If I could go back in time and buy one of these new I certainly would, in preference to the overpriced and overly complex vehicles we are forced to take today. We didn't appreciate how nice a simple car was back then!
Depends on the model. Here's what Nada says about the OP car:1974 Valiant might not sell for $3,000... even in good condition. Duster would.