FOR SALE: 1971 Plymouth Scamp
This car is sick. This is a solid California (not a rot box) car that has just gone through a complete body restoration. The motor is a 340 (NOT ORIGINAL) that was Dyno'd at 480hp (I have the sheet).The transmission is a freshly rebuilt pistol grip 4-speed that shifts flawlessly. Powered by a rebuilt 8 3/4 rear with 4.10 gears and Mosner axles. The Exhaust is a Flowmaster three inch set up. The suspension, front disc brakes, stainless steel gas lines, gas tank etc.are all new .Unreal street car ready to go. I have many pictures available before, after, and during the restoration. By far the cleanest A-Body you will find anywhere. Bring your magnet.
Gil acquires that '75 Plymouth Scamp
That's what I get for showing it to him...that and being too cheap to pay the extortionate MoPar prices, which are driving me out of the arms of the Maw into Brand X. Since Riverside won't do the Scab (my '73 RR)...where else does that leave me?
1975 Plymouth Scamp survivor
One of those roadside attractions, I had to stop and kick the tires. A 1975 Plymouth Scamp, 225 six cylinder with gas miser, automatic, 2 door hardtop, kinda cute but not a motivated seller let's say. 98,000 miles and mostly original paint.
1974 Plymouth Scamp (valiant)
this is a 1974 Plymouth valiant scamp. it had the 225(3.7 L) Slant inline-6 and swapped in a 318(5.2 L) V8. Weiand manifold intake and Edelbrock 4bbl carb. the motor is out of an 84 Chrysler New Yorker. with a 904 auto trans.all original blue interior. the car was white with a black vinyl top then resprayed blue and now it sits with primer ready for paint and all body work was done to it already.
the swap, from what i gather, wasn't done correctly. they took the cheap way in doing it which was to cut the slant6 motor mounts and
NOT change the "k" frame out. also
needed to use a manual steering box and they left the p/s one in. this causes problems with the Exhaust.
shifter wasn't hooked up
starter wasn't hooked up
manual steering box
water pump pullet
trans coolant lines
automatic floor shifter
bottom part of bell housing
left side tail light
1959 Plymouth Viper First Drive
So far this project has taken 3 years to install a Gen 3 Viper engine and 6sp Tremec transmission with a Dana 60 in my 1959 Plymouth. Next is an Exhaust system as it currently has straight headers.
Dodge Dart 1974
proximamente la actualizacion de este mi garro, swap a 318
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STRONGER THAN ALL!!
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