Re: Australian Assembled 1962 Phoenix Engine Size?
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Re: Australian Assembled 1962 Phoenix Engine Size?




I have only seen the Dart emblem in the 1962 service manual and 1962 owners guide.  Any production cars have had the fratzog, and that includes Darts.

Interesting the labels along the lower edge of the bezel.   There are four versions of the plate for the area below the bezel.  Two versions are for cars with A/T - one with a heater and one without heater.  Similarly the version for cars with a manual transmission (no A/T pushbutton slots or labels) came with or without heater.

Is there a part number with that unit?  Can see a Mopar box behind the bezel in the photo.

Thanks,

Bill
Vancouver, BC
 





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