1965 Plymouth Valiant 200, 904 automatic push start.

Demonstrating the little known push start feature available on '66 and earlier 904 torqueflites. Theres a front and rear pump, allowing the car to be started in second if rolling fast enough. As far as I know, this is the only automatic that can do this. We'll probably make another one with the Exhaust taken off, so you can better hear the startup. Mopar or no car.

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