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Updated on May 05, 2012
2 010 new paint
This one my newest pics White Walls and half black. And I fanally got my moons
5/19/2007 Twin Falls Idaho just got 2nd place in car show for Mopar class lost to a 65 Barracuda, beat a GTX!
This is my beautiful 1964 Plymouth Valiant Slant Six 225 with A push button transmission. The only modifications are, Electronic Ignition and after market sterio hiden in the glove box. Other than those mods she is stock 66,000 miles.
Push button transmission
This is what a stock 225 looks like!
Hopefully soon she will be Flat Black, with Smoothie hubcaps, and white wall tires. I'm also working on the interior. I'm getting seats from a Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland Black leather with grey suede inserts. I'm also in the process of making a center console so I can hide my sterio and have access to my glove box. Let me know if you have any suggestions?
Also please comment on my ideas, are they good or bad?
**This is a Smoothie Hubcap, that I will soon have on my car! Click to see Smoothie Hubcaps website
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I like the paint a lot.
Nice Valiant. Looks like a very interesting project. What is that push button transmission? I've never seen or heard of it before. It looks really good on the new hub caps. Keep up the good work on your Plymouth. Sign my g-book. Thanks!
I love rat rods. Just check out the renderings I've done for both of my cars to turn them into rat rods. The engine looks great, did you clean that up yourself ? Cant wait to see it done.
u have a nice Valiant to i gave u 5****** someone did that to me to
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