The Chrysler Valiant Charger was a muscle car produced by Chrysler Australia - introduced the unique-to-Australia "Hemi" 6-cylinder engine—launched with an endorsement from Stirling Moss. Billed as being "Right—for all the right reasons", this engine went on to become the most powerful 6-cylinder engine produced in Australia (equipped with triple Weber carburettors). The engine was based on a US engine design for trucks.
1970 Chrysler VG Valiant Pacer
1970 Chrysler VG Valiant Pacer sedan. Taken at the 2010 New South Wales All Chrysler Day, held at Fairfield Showground, Prairiewood, Sydney.
74041 - J. McCormack Ansett Valiant Charger - Sandown 1974 - Photographer Peter D Abbs
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Video: Hey Charger! The Aussie's Six-Pack HEMI Valiant Charger - Street Muscle
It would be 1971 that the last year a 426 HEMI would slide under the hood of an American Dodge Charger, but down under, the HEMI Charger was just getting started! But not exactly as you might imagine. Reborn a Valiant-based six-cylinder, The HEMI Chargers were even available as Six-Packs!
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