1972 Plymouth Valiant Scamp #0047 Gateway Classic Cars - Indianapolis
1972 Plymouth Valiant Scamp for sale in our Indianapolis Showroom. This '72
Scamp is powered by a rebuilt 440 cubic inch motor, backed by a 727
3-speed automatic transmission paired with a shift kit and a B&M shifter
with reverse lockout running to a 9 inch Ford rear end and 3.89 gears.
Options on this 1972 Plymouth Valiant Scamp for sale include: AM/FM
cassette radio, power steering, seat belts, vinyl interior and Rally wheels
with BF Goodrich T/A radials. The original 318 in this Scamp that came from
California was replaced with a powerful 440 big block! The build on the
440 included a 3-angle valve job on the heads, Edelbrock intake, Barry
Grant carburetor, Shumacher headers and a Mopar performance cam. This car
looks as good inside as it does outside. The new Legendary interior looks
amazing. This '72 Scamp looks, runs and drives great. The 1972 Valiant
Scamp was the Plymouth version of the Dodge Dart Swinger. The design
combined the Dodge Dart Swinger hardtop body with a Valiant front end and
1970 Dodge Dart duel tail lamps. This 1972 Plymouth Valiant Scamp for sale
is located in our Indianapolis Showroom and can be seen in greater detail,
including an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com, or call (317)688-1100
for additional information.
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Chrysler Slant 6
When I was about 8 or 9 years old, my Dad made me this model engine. I
loved it because it looked so real. Not like the Visible V-8 engine at all.
This is a 1/4 scale replica of the engine made by Chrysler back in the day
in the early 1960's.
Well I was browsing the internet and found some really interesting articles
about this engine and Googling around I saw images of this exact model that
I had! At one point, I seen that someone was selling this model which was
never assembled and in its original box too!
I paid a pretty penny for this!
But oh the joy I had putting this 300+ parts plastic kit. It was easy for
me to do since I consider myself a very well experienced modeler ... making
many a models in my lifetime among other things. I consider myself self
taught and instinctively talented in many ways with making things from
scratch from plastic models to metalworking to woodworking etc.
I thought to myself, why not make a video of this vintage car engine. So,
to those of you that may have had this model at some point in your early
years...yes it still exists and is preserved in my showcase here at home!