When it was originally introduced in 1960, the Dodge Dart was just a low-priced, full-size alternative to the top-of-the-line Polara. The first-gen Dart quickly became a sales success, but Dodge decided to downsize it for 1962, and yet again for 1963, when it became a compact. More changes occurred with the fourth-generation car, launched in 1967, which also saw the introduction of bigger, more powerful V-8s. By the 1970s, the Dart coupe had joined the muscle car wars by receiving the 440 V-8. Nearly five decades later, fourth-gen Darts are getting the love they deserve from Mopar enthusiasts, spending their days as either neatly restored cars or beefed-up restomods. Such an example is this menacing, all-black Dart built by Alloy Motors’ Geoff Gates.