1969 Plymouth Valiant 2 door sedan. 440 based 493 cubic inch, 727 with reverse pattern shift, 8.75 rear end with 5.57 gears, Strange axles. Back halved all steel car, fiberglass hood/trunk lid/bumpers. 32x14-15 Goodyear slicks on Weld Pro Stars. Coil over front suspension with manual rack and pinion.
I honestly don't know all there is to know about it but can relay the obvious. Previous owner died, it was bought out of his estate, and there was no info on the car. I can tell that it has never been raced since it was built. This car is turn-key and was ready to go to the track, but they never made it. The 440 has been stroked to the point that it has external oil pick up, and there was a few extra push rods in a box that said "493 cu in". Heads are Pro Comp 3065 aluminum with offset rockers. Electric water pump and fan, 1 wire alternator. Ignition looks fairly stock Mopar. Big ass double pumper Holly gas funnel, fenderwell headers and has enough exhaust to get it past the driver. Very loud. There is no dash with VIN so forget about driving it on the street. Paint is very nice for a racecar but shows a little garage rash. Sheet metal all looks to be original and not rusted or patched. Sunburst yellow is the original color and car has all tinted glass, as it was a/c car when new. What little chrome it has is very nice including the grille. Comes with a full tank of C11 fuel. If you want a sub-10 second car for cheap, this is it.