1974 Dodge Dart SE. I did an article for the website Antigo Motors (in portuguese) talking about this model.
When Chrysler came to Brazil, in 1969, the Dodge Dart was their main product. The country on those times had small market, so the Dart had to fill different segments, from the executive sedan, to the 2 door family car until the sports car, here, badged as “Charger”.
The SE was the cheapest one, aimed to the youth. It had some parts in matte black, such as the side mirrors and front grill. The interior had just the enough to cover the doors. The seats was plaid and the steering wheel was the same of the Charger version. The engine was the same used in the whole line, the V8 318 (5.2) with 198 hp. This is, until nowadays, the biggest crate ever, made in Brazil for a passenger car.
Only 4.107 units were made from 1972 to 74, when the SE was descontinued. After Chrysler left Brazil in 1981, and two oil crisis, their Darts lost so much value that most of them were used in demolition car “shows” or simply destroyed in junkyards. Due the rarity - and popularity those cars got back in the past decade - today, a SE version, can easily cost US$ 32K.