I contribute some photos of my car, a 1975 Plymouth Valiant Custom 4-door, which I purchased from a breaker's yard in Ornex, France for 450. My son found the car one day on his way home from school. It cost me 452 to immatriculate the car because of the engine size (3.7l slant-6).
I've changed the front and rear suspensions to a coil-over damper system purchased from "Control Freak Suspensions", based near Orlando, FL. The car has 4-wheel disc brakes from Wilwood and a servo-assisted rack and pinion steering as well as a "Strange Engineering" limited-slip differential. This has transformed the ride and handling significantly.
I've also tuned the original slant-6 engine. Most of the parts for the engine came from Australia. I purchased an equal-length runner intake manifold from AussieSpeed, and a tuned cylinder head (ported, polished and gas-flowed, with larger valves and dual valve springs), as well a tubular exhaust collector from "Hemi Performance". High-compression pistons, connecting rods and mild racing camshaft came from "Campbell Enterprises". Most other parts came from "Summit Racing", a company that provides good customer service and support to European customers. Fuel management is provided by an Edelbrock 600cfm 4-barrel.
The wheels are American Racing Salt Flats (7 x 17 front and 10.5 x 17 rear) with Pirelli P-Zero Assimetrco tyres (245/45 YR 17-s front and 285/40 YR17-s rear).
The interior is redone in leather and alcantara by a professional saddler, developing a design I found on a Challenger.
My son and I spent over a year planning this project and the building took 22 months. We still have some development to do. I have the racing ignition system ready to install and plan to add a Smith's competition radiator, a 100-amp alternator and, perhaps later, an engine-oil cooler as well (provided it fits). The right rear suspension settings must also be adjusted.