Re: Australian Assembled 1962 Phoenix Engine Size?
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Re: Australian Assembled 1962 Phoenix Engine Size?



Without any question it was a 318 Poly. The first Australian 'Phoenix' with the 383 option was the C-body of 1966, IIRC.

The 313 Poly was simultaneously available in the last of the Chrysler Royals, but even these went to 318s right at the end of the production run. The premium price of the Phoenix allowed Chrysler Australia to fit the US-built engine instead of the Canadian unit despite the additional sales tax which would apply.

The engines were all offset to the right, Valiant engines are too.

Sorry, I now see I'm repeating what others have said... anyway, they're right.

Ray

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