Valiant AP6 Station Wagon: The early Valiants were really distinctive when compared to Holden’s and Ford Falcons. Love it or hate it.
Valiant CM Regal: A late model Valiant, probably the last model before production ceased in Australia.
1968 Valiant VE Regal: The white steering wheel is very 1968.
Valiant CL Panel Van: The rare Valiant panel van. Looks like this one has some extra customized features such the long side rear glass, R/T stickers and 360ci V8. As seen at the Go Pink for Princess car show.
Valiant VE Regal: Looks like a few spare VIP badges were laying around and got slapped onto this Valiant Regal. Great number plates for a Valiant!
1966 VC Valiant Regal: Great to see old Valiants like this still on the road. The ol’ VC model is pretty rare now.
1977 GD 1977 Chrysler Galant Wagon: Back in the 1970’s, Galants in Australia wore a Chrysler badge which were essentially badge engineered Mitsubishi Galants and were locally assembled by Chrysler in South Australia. This surviving wagon version is in particularly good condition.
VH Valiant V8 Convertible: It started life as a 2 door hardtop and has been modified into a convertible (factory convertibles were never made as far as I know)..but somehow I think the original hardtop looks better.
I recently captured this parked cream coloured 1971 Dodge Phoenix hardtop. It’s delightfully very original with the exception of the twin pipes at the back.
A quick chat with the owner revealed it was one of only four hundred produced by Chrysler Australia as top of the range model and is factory fitted right hand drive with 383ci V8. Apparently only 80 still survive in Australia.
Was previously owned by the current owners father and is no doubt a family treasure.