1969 Valiant, 340…TCI 727…8 3/4 w/3.55

This belongs to my best friend.
He has it on the KC craigslist, looking to sell, to buy a pontoon boat, to spend more time with family. Car is located in KC. I copied and pasted his craigslist ad....I can answer any questions....

I will have better pictures tonight, if weather permits.

For Sale
1969 Plymouth Valiant
Engine: 1972 dated 340
Induction: Holley 750CFM, Air Gap Intake manifold
Cylinder Heads: 340 with 2.02 intake valves, bowl blend, mild porting
Ignition: MSD Billet Distributor, Mallory ignition box, Nology Coil
Camshaft: Mopar Purple Shaft 509 lift 292 duration hydraulic lifter
Exhaust: Hedman headers, black, true dual exhaust, Flowmaster knock-off
mufflers, dump at rear axle
Power Adder: NOS Sniper nitrous system that is plumbed, and wired, but has never been used, bottle is mounted, in trunk, empty.
Cooling: 4 Core Griffin aluminum radiator, with overflow.
Charging: One wire Powermaster alternator, and battery is in truck in box. NHRA approved cutoff switch on bumper, passenger rear
Line Lock is wired, plumbed, and functional
Fuel system: Fuel cell mounted, in spare tire wheel well, aluminum line to fuel filter, along driver side frame rail, and Holley blue pump. 1/2 alum fuel line to Holley fuel pressure regulator in engine compartment.

Drivetrain: TCI brand 727 TORQUEFLITE transmission
Rear axle: 8 3/4 with 3.55 gears, and Lock-Rite street locker, NEW driveshaft and U joints
Suspension: 3 way adjustable Comp Engineering shocks, front and rear, with Mopar Performance adjustable pinion snubber, NEW rear leaf springs Wheels: 14" Cragar on all 4 corners, with modern Radial tires on all 4 corners
Interior: black vinyl flooring
All Stewart Warner Gauges, in gauge pod
Electrical Panel, with flip switches for electric fan, ignition, and fuel pump. Push Button start.
B&M Quick Silver shifter

No rust. Car was repainted by previous owner. It presents well, but is not perfect. There are some sanding and swirl marks, and some overspray. It could be bettered with some TLC but is not perfect.

The torque converter that was installed by the previous owner is the wrong converter, it is not weighted properly. Subsequently, the car has a vibration. This needs to be fixed, (either anther converter, OR the proper weights tack welded to this converter, TCI offers the weights that can be welded to a neutral balanced coverter)
Front seats. I have a pair of tan bucket seats. I have a single racing seat, with harness. The rear seat is in place. Dash is cracked. Headliner is excellent.

I am looking to sell outright, or trade for an equal value Pontoon Boat, so I can enjoy with the family. BETTER PICTURES WILL BE AVAILABLE MONDAY NIGHT (July 28th) Bob
Cell # 913-624-4187 (I cannot always answer cell, leave message, or shoot me a text.
Email melissa_borsella (at) yahoo (dot) com.

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