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1975 Plymouth Valiant (PlyMOUTH)

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1975 Plymouth Valiant.
I bought this car for two reasons and two reasons only.
#1 318 factory V-8
#2 Factory Hurst Shifter
The most common engine for this car was the Slant Six.
Really a fun car to drive and loved the sleeper aspect of the car.
I knew she was dirty but would clean up good with a little old fashioned elbow grease. I underestimated just how dirty she might be. This car was filthy as one could ever imagine. but she cleaned up VERY nice.

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I gave her a long soap in the tub and then scrub uh dub dub.
Headliner lost the battle to gravity so nailed in a new one.
Front grill lost some teeth in a bar fight so ebay took care of that.
Duel exhaust was a nice touch, and sound.
She was already a heavy sleeper but I figured an aluminum intake and 4bl carb would really put her to sleep.
Admittedly I went a little over overboard on this one only to turn around and sell her. But you cant keep them all, unless your Jay Leno then you can keep them all.

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