Depends on how deep your pockets are. They do make some nice intakes and carbs for the slant. Heck, I THINK there's even a fuel injection kit out there somewhere. Google is your friend. It's the Jesus of the internet.
Hello everyone, just spent my engine money on a 1975 Dart Swing with an I6. it was in too good a condition to pass up. Now I need to determine which Dart will get the engine upgrade and which will get an engine refresh. Decisions decisions. And save up the money for both cars. on the plus side I got the Plymouth Fury on the road after 8 years in storage. The brakes had to be completely replaced so I wasn’t driving it. Just starting it monthly. Engine runs fine and now I need to plan out the body work and paint job. 1965 Dodge Dart 270 1975 Dodge Dart Swinger 1968 Dodge W200 1969 Plymouth Fury.
You have a nice stable of Mopars. Just pumping the brakes on a car in storage may help everything to stay in working order. Instead of just starting it, why not put it in gear and move it a foot forward and a foot backwards at the time?
The brakes on the fury were already going bad when I parked it eight years ago. And then I left for a year and they just got worse . So once I got back I had to replace the carburetor to get the fury running again but I wasn’t able to get to the brakes to fix them. So it just sat as I wasnt going to risk driving it down the road. But I kept up on the engine maintenance as it’s much more expensive and time consuming to rebuild an engine.