1974 Dodge Dart

Surname: Holbrook Growler

Mk: 4

Class: Coupé

Origin: US USA

Playable and unlockable vehicle



Contributor: Star Wars Fanatic


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US lcpdcv photo_librarymode_comment

2012-06-10 19:20
Obviously a '74 Torino. It isn't a goddamn Dart.

BR crown vic guy br photo_librarymode_comment

2012-05-26 17:15
With this body is a Dodge Dart Sport
IkusaGT photo_librarymode_comment

2012-05-26 13:49
While on the 'No. 1974' subject, the Mad Max Falcon Interceptor is also a 1974 model (at least that's what I saw, memory's jinxed). However, the body hardly matches so I tick the Falcon out. It isn't just the paintjob that defines the car, like another car I know.
IkusaGT photo_librarymode_comment

2012-05-26 13:34
I stick with my previous statement, 1974 Dodge Dart - according to one of the available skins it has which has the racing no. '1974', which I take in as a more proper clue than this Mad Max Police Falcon skin. Mad Mike wrote

But I do admit, its like that car people that believe its a Bel Air and a Pontiac together. That 'Beliveau Meteor' www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=45785.
I still think its a Dodge Dart but I can say the rear is like a Torino, like how the rear of the Beliveau is like a Bel Air.

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2012-05-26 13:42:20
TW RacingFreak photo_librarymode_comment

2012-05-25 09:45
Jammy22 wrote


the paint job is similar to Starsky & Hutch 's Ford Gran Torino!

soo its Ford Gran Torino!

Similar paint job doesnt mean the car is Starky's Zebra 3.

DE Mieguy photo_librarymode_comment

2012-05-25 07:33
fordcortina83 wrote
the paint job looks smiler to the cop cars in the first mad max film so it is ford falcon www.lastinterceptor.com/ReplicaStats/images/yellow/YRep10.jpg

lol you are absolutely right on the paint job ^^ nice idea if it was deliberately by the developer
US Donkey-kong photo_librarymode_comment

2012-05-25 00:33
I agree more with Mad Mike, much closer to the Dodge Dart then the Ford Torino.
PL Tycek photo_librarymode_comment

2012-05-23 13:31
MFP reference?
US lcpdcv photo_librarymode_comment

2012-02-14 23:22
They do match-you just can't see that. Plus, the angle in that pic is crap.
Mad Mike photo_librarymode_comment

2012-02-14 12:21
Quote "Whatever."
- So it's a torino just because you say it is, never mind that the details of the model don't match. It seems you're not interested in listening to others opinions or taking anothers input into consideration, so literally whatever - I'm going to wait for more images from other angles for identification. End of discussion
US lcpdcv photo_librarymode_comment

2012-02-14 03:26
Whatever. It's clearly a Torino.
Mad Mike photo_librarymode_comment

2012-02-14 01:04
Quote "you're clearly blind"
- There I go trying to have an intelligent debate and you jump straight to insults? I'm not talking about the swinger or the sedan I'm on about the sport, where the fastback roofline & C pillar is an exact match, although I will conceed the A-pillars match in the same way that they match most other domestic cars. This doesn't appear to have the more formal notchback that the torino has (although we'll have to wait for images from the rear to confirm that). The fenders are round - there are no sharp 'creased' edges like on the fords sheetmetal where the top of the fender meets the hood (thats what I'm referring to, not the wheel arches). This doesn't seem to have the small flares at the top of each arch or the central crease down the side where the chrome trim usually goes on the torino either.

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2012-02-14 01:05:13
US lcpdcv photo_librarymode_comment

2012-02-13 22:52
The fender arches aren't round, nor are they as small as the Dart's. Plus, look at the shape of the roofline-you're clearly blind. And the Dart is boxy-no round curves whatsoever. It's obviously a Torino. All they did with the rear fenders is remove the buldge.

(that buldge)

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2012-02-13 22:56:20
Mad Mike photo_librarymode_comment

2012-02-13 20:18
I don't know where you're seeing torino/elite in this. The roofline, pillars and entire front end (fenders and hood included) don't resemble it at all. The general body lines of this car are too rounded compared to the edgy/sharp lines on the '74-'76 torino. The few details on the model that match the torino also match about 60% of most domestic US cars in the mid '70s. I'm going with '71-'74 duster/dart coupe as more of the shape and body lines match
'74-'76 Elite
'74 Dart sport coupe
US lcpdcv photo_librarymode_comment

2012-02-10 18:52
Who changed it to Dart?
This is either an Elite or a Torino.
IkusaGT photo_librarymode_comment

2012-01-30 11:05
I think the racing no. is a clue. Could be a 1974 Dodge Dart? media.motortopia.com/files/8389/vehicle/46f8507a2ea12/our_74_dodge_dart.jpg
US lcpdcv photo_librarymode_comment

2012-01-29 22:48
I'd say Ford Elite, not a Chrycorp product.
Mad Mike photo_librarymode_comment

2012-01-29 22:36
IkusaGT wrote
Newport not so much, body shape doesn't match.

yep, the roofline doesn't match the newport but its got the overall chrysler corp early '70s fuselage styling. I can go with demon/duster although it looks like a full-size and not a compact, which the dart/demon/duster was, but then again that doesn't matter too much with unlicensed cars hehe.

DE Gamer photo_librarymode_comment

2012-01-29 08:31
ACE the ultimatum wrote
I'd say Dodge Demon.

At first I thought you were talking about this: www.welt.de/multimedia/archive/00164/Dodge-Demon_DW_Sons_164202a.jpg but then I figured you meant this: en.dodge-club.net/graphics/gallery/full/438_dodge-demon_1971_01.jpg

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2012-01-29 08:32:25
FI ACE the ultimatum photo_librarymode_comment

2012-01-29 05:57
I'd say Dodge Demon.

BR crown vic guy br photo_librarymode_comment

2012-01-29 04:17
Culd be a Dodge Demon/Plymouth Duster
CA baldwinvette77 photo_librarymode_comment

2012-01-29 00:45
Dodge Demon?


^ 1974 demon

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2012-01-29 00:46:35
IkusaGT photo_librarymode_comment

2012-01-28 16:19
Newport not so much, body shape doesn't match.
Mad Mike photo_librarymode_comment

2012-01-28 12:37
Definitely not a camaro, those wouldn't stand a chance in a demo derby
heres a better pic:

Roof line seems reminiscent of a '71-74 plymouth duster, but overall seems to be based on some kind of full size chrysler such as a '72 Chrysler Newport

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2012-01-28 12:38:21
IkusaGT photo_librarymode_comment

2012-01-27 18:11
I'm thinking some kind of an american mid-sized car. Not sure which but that's definitely not a muscle car. Way too bulky
US Donkey-kong photo_librarymode_comment

2011-12-25 04:00
Is your thumbnail the same car? if so its definitely a Chevrolet Camaro.
FI ACE the ultimatum photo_librarymode_comment

2011-12-14 06:34
'67 Chevrolet Camaro?

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