Lil' Red Express Truck was one of the most unique Dodge trucks that had ever been produced. The Lil' Red Express was not only a real looker but these trucks were also real performers. In it's day the Dodge Lil' Red Express was the fastest American made vehicle from 0 to 100 MPH as tested by Car and Driver magazine. Because of a loophole in the emissions regulations the Dodge Lil' Red Express Truck did not have catalytic converters, but what the Lil' Red Express did have was a special High Performance 360 C.I. 4-barrel small block engine code (EH1) which was a modified version of the 360 police engine. What year was the Dodge Lil' Red Express introduced? 1978
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In May 1957, Chrysler established a committee to develop a competitor for the increasingly popular small imports. Virgil Exner designed a car that was smaller and lighter than a full-size car without sacrificing passenger and luggage space. Named Valiant, it was officially considered a distinct brand, advertised with the tagline 'Nobody's kid brother, this one stands on its own four tires.' In Canada the car was marketed for six years as a separate brand, with "Valiant by Chrysler" appearing on the rear trunk lid of cars sold there, before being re-branded as Plymouth. What was the first model year for Valiant?
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