|Manufacturer||Buckle Motors Pty Ltd.|
|Assembly||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||No door roadster|
Optional: 392 cc, 18.5 PS (13.6 kW)
|Wheelbase||1,800 mm (71 in)|
|Length||3,050 mm (120 in)|
|Width||1,370 mm (54 in)|
|Kerb weight||380 kg (840 lb)|
The Dart was based on the chassis and mechanical components of the German Goggomobil microcar, which was a product of Hans Glas GmbH of Dingolfing, in Bavaria, Germany. The car featured an Australian-designed fiberglass two-seater open sports car body without doors, the whole package weighing in at only 345 kg (761 lb). It was powered by a rear-mounted twin-cylinder two-stroke motor available in both 300 cc and 400 cc variants, and had a small luggage compartment built into the nose. The Dart was designed in 1958 and went on sale the following year, with around 700 examples produced up to the time that production ceased in September 1961.
- "The Bruce Weiner Motorcar Museum - 1958 Goggomobil Dart". Microcarmuseum.com. Retrieved 2012-04-06.
- The Dart turns 50 Retrieved from www.shannons.com.au on 22 February 2010
- GLAS Automobil Club International e.V. - Vehicles - Goggomobil Coupé Archived July 26, 2011, at the Wayback Machine. (the Dart was based on the Goggomobil coupé.
- Glas Goggomobile Dart Retrieved from www.uniquecarsandparts.com.au on 22 February 2010
- "Company Profile". Bill Buckle Volkswagen. Archived from the original on 2007-08-29. Retrieved 2007-09-16.
- Tony Davis, Aussie Cars, 1987, page 75
- Mike McCarthy, Great Australian sports cars and specials, 1987, page 61
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Goggomobil Dart vehicles.|
- Article reproduced from 'Modern Motor' 1959 about the prototype Goggomobil Dart
- Link to several photographs of a restored 1959 Goggomobil Dart