The 1963 Plymouth Valiant was a compact car produced by Plymouth, a division of the Chrysler Corporation. It was available in a variety of body styles, including a two-door sedan, a four-door sedan, and a two-door station wagon. The Valiant was powered by a 170 cubic inch inline six-cylinder engine, which was paired with a three-speed manual transmission or an optional automatic transmission.
The Valiant was known for its fuel efficiency and reliability, and it was popular with consumers who were looking for a practical and affordable car. In addition to its standard features, the Valiant was available with a number of optional equipment, such as power brakes, a radio, and a heater.
We invite you to take a look at this breathing beast, blown HEMI alcohol 2500hp 1963 Plymouth Valiant street car.
Yes we have it clear that technically this is a street car, but on the other hand, a beast that drinks alcohol (the fuel kind that is, not to be confused with our favorite drink) and puts down 2500 horsepower on the road, honestly is as far from a streetcar as they can be.
This is a specialized precision crafted vehicle with only one thing as a target, to get to the quarter mile marker faster than any other vehicle out there.
The heart of this incredible machine is a 528 HEMI with a supercharger big enough to create a tornado forcing air mixed with Alcohol making sure that this ProMod gets to the finish line at 6.3 seconds, an achievement that is truly incredible for this 1963 Plymouth Valiant.
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