1961 Plymouth Valiant For Sale (SOLD!) motorlandamerica.com
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SCANIA 112 & 142 AT WORK (HARDBACK) - PATRICK W DYER
In the eight years from 1980 when Scania introduced the 2-series trucks
covered in Patrick Dyer's new book, they produced no less than 135,311
units. For much of that time the 142 held the title of the most powerful
production truck in Europe.
Why was this range so successful? One reason was that the Scania's advanced
modular manufacturing system allowed it to cover weight categories from 16
to 174 tons without any special types. Operators could specify exactly the
rigth truck for their needs and Scania's production and efficiency were
Scania got both the engineering and design just right, matching improved
versions of their tried and tested running gear with new frames and a
modern, class-leading cab designed by Italian stylist, Giorgetto Giugiaro.
Scania 112 and 142 at Work is Patrick Dyer's seventh book in the series.
Once more he has been able to draw on two hundred fine photographs, some
from Scania's own archive, as well as working shots by truck enthusiasts.
Start: $400 - Finish: Mean Green MOPAR: Violent Valiant - /BIG MUSCLE
The Plymouth Valiant was never meant to be a muscle car. It was never meant
to be fast, overly attractive or go around corners. Loved by grandparents
and college professors alike, the Valiant was the go-to car for those who
wanted smooth reliable transport. Owner Shannon Hudson bought this Valiant
for $400.00 and after 20 years of ownership and a few different versions,
built it into one of the coolest MOPAR A Bodies we've ever seen.
• Shannon Hudson
Cold Start the 1968 Plymouth Valiant! Crank it...
Hi! Gonna cold start this 1968 Plymouth Valiant! My friend Agent 0826
bought this sweet old Valiant last summer and he loves driving it. He
parked it for the winter, so we thought we'd come out and start it up after
it had been sitting, drifted in deep snow and cold for months...
Driving the 1973 three-on-the-tree Valiant
It keeps your arms and feet busy but it's fun to drive. Low gear is
non-synchronized, so you have to come to almost a complete stop before
shifting down to first.
Manual steering, manual brakes, 225 Slant six, 3-speed manual trans, no air
conditioning. Carts like this were widely used by phone companies and the
like back in the day.
1969 Plymouth Valiant "Pissed Off"
A 1969 Plymouth Valiant "Pissed Off" built Greening Auto Company....No
doubt this is coolest Plymouth Valiant I have ever seen....I shot it at the
Good Guy's PPG Nationals 2013...a great show...Make sure you follow me so
that you don't miss any of the other cool videos I shot at this show!!
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66 Plymouth Valiant Signet 225 slant six
1966 Valiant Signet, 225 slant six built by Dick Ott; engine balanced, with
Mopar Performance stage 1 cam, shaved and ported head with hardened seats
and dual valve springs 9.5:1 pistons, Mopar Performance aluminum 2 bbl
intake, super six holley 2 bbl carb (280 cfm) (got a Holley 2300/350 cfm
sitting here for it). Windage tray, Clifford ceramic coated headers and
aluminum valve cover. 904 auto trans. 72 Duster 11" disc front end and
heavy-duty sway bar, 10" rear drums. Have since put BF Goodrich 215 x 60
x 14 TA radials on the car. Great little car. Thanks for looking!
(note: it doesn't leak, the oil spot is from another car not mine)
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