my plymouth in great condition. has 51 thousand miles on it not 519 thousand sorry for saying that i got it rong lol but it still runs like new never quite on me like if you think its a great car.
I don't know ware the song is at but apparently its here.
"Child Of Love"
'68 plymouth valiant signet 170ci slant6 4 doors sedan.mp4
'68 plymouth valiant signet 170ci slant6 4 doors sedan body restored,
rebuilt engine new oil pump, new water pump, new distributor, new gaskets,
new carburettor, new Exhaust and so
on... i never believed that a 170ci slant6 could be so snappy! oh yeah! it
run everywhere... please take a look how this little engine is growing
Plymouth Valiant Signet 4d 1968 (02)
I bought this Valiant the 18 of august 2011.
It's a Plymouth Valiant Signet 4-door Sedan VH41 which costed $2447,- and
had an production total of 23.906.
This car is in pretty good condition and I plan to restore it.
The plan is to make a sleeper of it. So I will make it as new, only the
outside will just look unfinished although we'll take good care of it.
Inside we'll install a proper V8 with all the necessary updates;
disc-brakes, rear-axle, etc.
Within this group I'll post all updates!
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Redneck Car Show! Sept 2011
Hi! My friend Agent 1080 hosted the second annual Redneck Car Show at the
Lean Burn Technologies compound. A great opportunity to show off all of our
beaters and rusty yard decorations! Lots of shabby Mopars, as usual, and a
few others as well. This year, the coveted "Western Canada's Worst Car"
trophy went to Agent 1080 for his nasty 1980 Dodge Aspen. Cold War Motors
was well represented at the show, and brought a surprise entry...
1960 Valiant V200 4 door sedan
This was a member of the first onslaught of the compacts!...the Falcon, the
Comet, the Corvair and the Lancer, and of course the Rambler American.
This car and its twin, the Lancer, had the most unusual
styling...definitely European with all those body creases and tire
treatment on the decklid. Inside, it was one of the first to offer an
alternator, and of course the terrific slant 6 engine and torqueflite 3
1960 Plymouth Valiant 4 door sedan
Detroit was getting worried! That pesky VW bug was selling well..and it
didn't appear to be just a fad..and Detroit was not good at making low cost
vehicles profitably! Enter the compacts of 1960...Corvair, Falcon and
Valiant. Rambler was already successful in the field. The Valiant had an
amazing slant 6 ohv engine that had tremendous torque because of its long
stroke. The pushbutton Torqueflite gave the impression of an upscale
little car. It had nice extras like an alternator, while the competition
had generators. The most controversial thing about the car was the unusual
"European" styling, epitomized by the stylized spare on the decklid. The
actual spare resided in a compartment in the trunk floor. The following
year, Dodge introduced a spinoff of this car, the Lancer!
1974 Plymouth Valiant
Bought in January of 2012 this gem had been sitting in a garage for over 16
years without being touched. The original owner was going into a nursing
home at 96 years of age so the car had to go. After putting in some fresh
gas I topped off the radiator and brake reservoir and drove it home. It has
manual steering, four drum manual brakes, the 225 slant six, and an