|29 Apr, 1972
|Vitamin C / Black
|265 / 3 speed
|A65 A95 B51
|18 Feb, 2020
Listed on Facebook:
Stunning 1971 VH Valiant Pacer for sale. Freshly rebuilt hemi 265(non matching) dynoed @ 297rwhp. Crack and sonic tested, srp forged pistons 40th over with hasting ring fully balanced, solid crow cam, 12.1 comp.
Custom oil pump with bracing double rollmaster chain with torrington bearing cam and float bolt, ati super damper balancer, mirabito performance cnc ported head with stainless steel 11/32 valves and valve train, yella terra rollers, cometic head gasket, arp main rod and head bolts, king race bearings, triple webers jet hot coated extractors with 3 inch collector, 3 inch exhaust right through, 4 core radiator never over heats.
Has been fitted with a 4 speed box(wide ratio) with lightened and balance flywheel with heavy duty clutch
New balanced tailshaft
Reconditioned 3.5 lsd diff
Reconditioned suspension right throughout
Straight body with excellent interior, only minor tear to front seat otherwise very well maintained. Brand new carpet fitted throughout. Reconditioned heater box and core.
Have a pacer engine to go with it not sure what condition it's in
No time wasters, serious offers only. you could not build this for the asking price. Regretful sale however selling to fund another valiant project
Listed / sold on Australian Muscle Car sales several years ago circa 2017:
A beautifully maintained genuine matching numbers VH Valiant Pacer finished in Vitamin C over Black Vinyl. All original trim and running gear in excellent condition. A rarity in this unmolested condition. Also comes with original steel sports wheels. Sydney car.
VH7S41 / CE26-1310
RH - Vitamin C
X1 - Black Vinyl
A95 - Interior Dress Up pach, 3 spoke wheel, Buckets, Carpet
A65 - Hood Dress Up Package
B51 - Power Brake Booster
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