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Resin 67-70 Plymouth Valiant

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A while back someone was trying to master a 67-70 Plymouth Valiant in resin. Anyone know who that was?

Did it ever get released? Thanks.

George

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66 is completely different than the 67. if somebody every does master a 67-70 valiant, i'll be more than happy to cast it.

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I'd like to see a 1971-1972 Valiant 4 door ...

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I've been trying to get Harry to master a 71 from our Scamp body...stay tuned !

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I'd be pleased as punch if someone... anyone... did a Valiant of this era. There was someone on the board a while back that was doing a conversion to the Duel Valiant. I helped him with some reference photos, darn if I remember who, but he wasn't in the USA.

There is a resin kit of an Australian Valiant 4 door sedan of this era. I'd been hoping to get my hands on one of those to attempt a conversion back to it's US roots!

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The Australian Valiant was a '62 MY . A clone of a Detroit Valiant . IIRC , with right hand drive being the only difference . I could look it up in 'Collect able Automobile' as Aussie MoPars was a Feature recently . Thanx ..

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The Australian Valiant was a '62 MY . A clone of a Detroit Valiant . IIRC , with right hand drive being the only difference . I could look it up in 'Collect able Automobile' as Aussie MoPars was a Feature recently . Thanx ..

Take a look at http://www.valiant.org/ausval.html. You are correct that they started local production of Valiants in Australia in 1962, but they produced them all the way through 1980. In fact, Chrysler sold it's factory to Mitsubishi that year, so the last Valiants were technically produced by Mitsubishi!

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I'd like to see a 1971-1972 Valiant 4 door ...

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Yes, that's the one I'd like to see...surprised there hasn't been one done yet.

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I have Bandit Resins Scamp, very nice!! He also has the dart that is now finished on his website. That's my next one to get lol

Manny

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