Comments - Australian Performance: Chrysler Valiant Charger

Published: Aug 24, 2012
Description: Despite the "Charger" in the name of the Chrysler Valiant Charger, this is not a simple rebadging, and the car has no relation to the American Dodge Charger. No, the Australian Mopar muscle ...
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Description: Many Australian cars are surprisingly similar to American cars, and this one is not without some similarity, but you'd have to admit, it's a bit different from the 'Cuda. The story of b...
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Description: It sold well in America, and Chrysler decided to try it out in Australia as well, but this presented a problem. The slant-six engine had it difficult to simply convert the car to right hand drive, so ...
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Jason Bartlett Aug 24, 2012
Roll baby ! Roll!
Cory Allen Aug 24, 2012
Love my mopars XD!
Lee Gardner Aug 24, 2012
Yea but this is bigger
Rueben J Yslas Aug 24, 2012
Backside reminds me of an old mustang.
Description: For 1965, Chrysler Australia recognized the performance potential of the platform and offered a V8-powered Valiant. This was fine for a couple of years, but when the Mustang-powered GT debuted in 196...
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Description: Considering the fact that you could walk into an American Plymouth dealership and buy a ‘Cuda with a 426 HEMI in it in 1971, the Valiant Charger is somewhat mild by comparison. It was offered only wit...
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Lee Gardner Nov 15, 2012
Ever heard of a crate engine look at the distributor to my eyesight it ain't hooked up
Stephen Tyler Learn Aug 24, 2012
Ever heard of timing gears?
Lee Gardner Aug 24, 2012
You know I heard them mopar motors run great with no timing belt
Justin Brest Aug 25, 2012
lmfao wtf was that?!
Alvaro Perez Aug 24, 2012
What the hell are you talking about
Alvaro Perez Aug 24, 2012
I'm more of of a left hand drive kinda guy
Description: The Charger might have evolved into a more serious performance machine, but even before the blight of the energy crisis, Australian muscle cars were dealt a serious blow. A 1972 article published in t...
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Description: This in turn led to big talk from politicians on subjects like banning all vehicles able to travel at over 130mph, in what would become known as the "supercar scare". The Charger R/T was...
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Zaven Ouzounian Sep 03, 2012
Looks like a '67 mustang fastback kinda
1988BMW325iS Aug 24, 2012
ya its nice, kinda weird lookin
Description: Muscle cars in America underwent a similar decline in 1974, and the Charger actually ended up outliving its American counterpart. Thanks to bad timing and bad politics, the Charger never got to achiev...
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Cory Allen Aug 24, 2012
Panther pink is badass!