Dodge Dart Phoenix
The Dart remained the smallest full-size Dodge. It retained 1960's 118 in wheelbase, and was restyled to emulate the larger Polara. There were three trim levels were available: the premium Phoenix, mid-range Pioneer, and base Seneca.
Engine choices included the 225 cu in (3.7 L) Slant-6, and the 318 cu in (5.2 L) and 361 cu in (5.9 L) V8s were also available in various configurations. Phoenix convertibles were all equipped with V8 engines. Beginning in mid-year, some Darts ordered with the 225 engine were equipped with the die-cast aluminum block. Darts in all series were equipped as standard with three-speed, column-shifted manual transmissions. Chrysler's pushbutton-shifted TorqueFlite automatic was available at extra cost. The alternator, introduced as standard equipment in 1960 on the Valiant, was installed rather than the previous DC generator on all 1961 Chrysler products, including the Dart.
Source: Wikipedia, 2012; Mecum Auctions as part of the Kansas City event in December, 2014