Valiant Charger VJ 770 Coupe - 1973 Stroked 452

1973 Chrysler Valiant Charger 770 Coupe.VJ Series. Custom built stroked 452 cubic inch 7.4 litre V8 developing around 425 bhp.Rebuilt 727 reverse pattern gearbox fitted with B&M Quick Silver gear shift. Painted in Hemi Orange.Restored interior.Detailed and painted engine/bay. Charger R/T wing/rear quarter decals. Autogage Tachometer/shift light..Uprated suspension and brakes.Caltracs Traction Bar System.Limited slip differential.1 set or period slot mag alloys.1 set Mopar style Weld Racing Prostar alloys. Retro Classic Car-www.retroclassiccar.com The Charger has now been sold but thanks for the favorable comments. Just for clarification in response to some comments received we are fully aware this was not a Hemi motor and never claimed it to be.As mentioned in the video it is the decals only that follow in the style of the RT-which of course had the Hemi motor! Thanks Retro

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