1962 Plymouth valiant gasser look-a-like. Warning! Does not
currently run or drive! First pic is of when it did run/drive for
reference. Car is complete but in pieces. The list: new speedway
straight axle kit fully installed. Custom made crossmemder set up
for Dodge la small block. Ford 8.8 lsd rear end installed. New
wiring front to back with a modern fuse box hidden in firewall
installed. New steel and rubber brake lines Installed. Fully welded
subframe connectors. Custom cut widened/narrowed steel wheels
5on4.5 patern, front tires are perfect, rear tires are towel city
cheaterslicks that are showing age. Speedway aluminum radiator with
custom made mounting bracket with shroud. Front sheet metal welded
together and made to flip up. Motor and transmission: 318 la small
block currently in pieces, but all parts are there to assemble
Including new oil pump and timing chain and all gaskets to
reassemble, Holley 750 carb, Edelbrock airgap Intake, 5.9l magnum
cylinder heads, Mopar purple cam. Auto Transmission is a 727
torqueflite that has been rebuilt with only a few thousand miles on
it using all transgo parts. When this car ran it was a ton of fun
and got a crazy amount of attention! I'm sure I'm forgetting things
so feel free to ask. A lot of the hard work has been done. -Vehicle
is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and
talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment
only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our
consignment page or Call
1962 Plymouth Valiant
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