Chrysler celebrates the anniversary of the cult sedan with a 469-strong special versionNovember 22, 2019
The Australian bestseller Valiant, which once turned the idea of compact cars, was reborn in the four-door sedan Chrysler 300 SRT Pacer.
Chrysler in honor of the 50th anniversary of its iconic muscle car Valiant has released a special special version of the 300 sedan, embodying the continuity of generations. Recall that Chrysler Valiant in the years of its market triumph was considered the most important car in the Australian market. The “anniversary” version of the Chrysler 300 SRT Pacer sedan received a 6.4-liter 469-horsepower V8 engine, combined with an eight-speed automatic. The sedan’s body was painted the color “Wild Yellow” – the original Valiant flaunted the same shade at the time. Contrasting accents – black and red – successfully harmonize with pale yellow.
Recall that the original Valiant Pacer began its conveyor life in 1969, and was produced exclusively for the Australian market. Local motorists were offered cars in one of the three available body shades: red, blue, and Wild Yellow.
Valiant was driven by a 174-horsepower engine, paired with a three-speed manual. “Jubilee” Chrysler 300 SRT Pacer still exists in a single copy, but the manufacturer promises to send the car in series. The company does not name specific dates, limiting itself to the vague wording “in the near future”. Foreign experts suggest that the sale of 300 SRT Pacer may appear next year.
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