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'''Dodge SE. 1972–5 (prod. 2,016 sold 1972–4). 4-door sedan. F/R, 3684 cm³ (I6 OHV).''' Based on the Australian [[Chrysler Valiant (VH)]], with the same nose, but containing the four headlamps of the flagship [[Chrysler (CH)]], not unlike the New Zealand-assembled Chrysler Valiant Regal 770. Switched to the [[Chrysler (CJ)|CJ]] front end altogether in 1974, with indicators shifting below bumper, lengthening the car, and new hubcaps at that time; cruise control later that year. Long tail shared with the Australian Chrysler by Chrysler, but not on the LWB platform as that model: SE had the shorter 2,819 mm standard Valiant one. Flagship in South Africa, with locally made Chrysler slant-six instead of the Australian Hemi unit, replacing the earlier Valiant VIP. No V8s this time.
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'''Dodge SE. 1972–5 (prod. 2,016 sold 1972–4). 4-door sedan. F/R, 3684 cm³ (I6 OHV).''' Based on the Australian [[Chrysler Valiant (VH)]], with the same nose, but containing the four headlamps of the flagship [[Chrysler (CH)]], later followed by the New Zealand-assembled [[Chrysler Valiant (VJ)|VJ]] and [[Chrysler Valiant (VK)|VK]] Regal 770. Switched to the [[Chrysler (CJ)|CJ]] front end altogether in 1974, with indicators shifting below bumper, lengthening the car, and new hubcaps at that time; cruise control later that year. Long tail shared with the Australian Chrysler by Chrysler, but not on the LWB platform as that model: SE had the shorter 2,819 mm standard Valiant one. Flagship in South Africa, with locally made Chrysler slant-six instead of the Australian Hemi unit, replacing the earlier Valiant VIP. No V8s this time.
  
  

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Dodge SE. 1972–5 (prod. 2,016 sold 1972–4). 4-door sedan. F/R, 3684 cm³ (I6 OHV). Based on the Australian Chrysler Valiant (VH), with the same nose, but containing the four headlamps of the flagship Chrysler (CH), later followed by the New Zealand-assembled VJ and VK Regal 770. Switched to the CJ front end altogether in 1974, with indicators shifting below bumper, lengthening the car, and new hubcaps at that time; cruise control later that year. Long tail shared with the Australian Chrysler by Chrysler, but not on the LWB platform as that model: SE had the shorter 2,819 mm standard Valiant one. Flagship in South Africa, with locally made Chrysler slant-six instead of the Australian Hemi unit, replacing the earlier Valiant VIP. No V8s this time.


Manufacturing location: Pretoria, South Africa

Marque: Dodge | Predecessor: Chrysler Valiant (1968–72) | Successor: Chrysler SE





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