My first trip to Fremont Raceway (circa 1974) in my '65 Valiant four-door (stock 273 auto) went for naught when the tech inspector found the vehicle had no seat belt. I returned to Fremont at a later date, now with the seat belt. While waiting in the tech line, a guy who worked for a local wrecking yard in my home area (80 miles south of the drag strip) walked over to me and pointed to the dented trunk lid. He said he recognized my Valiant because some time ago he was the person responsible for the damage. He admitted he was trying to help the previous owner push start the Valiant with his truck. I even tried to push start it once myself, but pushing it in gear did not turn the motor over at all. I had read somewhere that older Torqueflites have both a front and rear "pump", which enables them to be push started. Just a fable as far as I am concerned. Never heard from anyone who's done it, never read a story anywhere where this push start feature started a Mopar automatic either.