1975 Chrysler Valiant Duster (Duster 75')
Last updated Apr 7, 2008
The Valiant was to be European in nature, from its high-revving engine to its curvaceous body; it boasted an alternator at launch (a Chrysler first), a pushbutton transmission, and a torsion bar suspension for superior handling.
The last US/Canada Plymouth Valiant was produced in 1976, when it was replaced by the Plymouth Volare, essentially a third-generation Valiant. The Chrysler Valiant continued in Australia through 1980, and in South America through 1982 (as the Dodge Dart, Chrysler 3700, and Dodge Charger). The fourth generation, the Dodge Diplomat / Plymouth Gran Fury, lasted until 1989.
6 Cyl / 225 HP
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