1963 Plymouth Valiant
Straight 6 Cylinder Engine
Push Button Auto Transmission
Air Conditioning/Heat& Defrost
We are happy to have this very nice little 63 Valiant in our inventory. This car is a great starter car for the first time classic owner. It's reasonably priced, runs great, and looks cool. The interior has been updated a bit, but still looks pretty original. The dash is in excellent condition and everything appears to be working. Including the a/c and heat.
The steering wheel was changed, but the original is in the trunk. You can see how solid the doors are underneath. There are no signs of rust on this car. In the 60s Plymouths had this push button transmission. Just start the car take it out of Park and push the D and off you go.
The JVC aftermarket stereo works well and sounds good. The trunk is solid and is filled with extra parts including the original steering wheel and a few of the accent pieces that were taken off when the car was painted. There is also a brand new set of Plymouth floor mats. The chrome and bright work are all in great condition. Under the hood is the original inline 6, Super 225. This little engine is more than enough to push this car down the road. In doing the video, the car ran great and is very solid. We noticed no rattles and the 3 speed automatic transmission shifted properly and smoothly. When the car was painted, they painted the inner fender tops, but did not detail the engine compartment itself. With a little work, this little car could do well at local car shows. The car has no power steering, but it steers easily with not a lot of effort. The original trim tag is intact. The undercarriage is in very good condition. We were quite impressed actually. The gas tank looks new. Other than road dirt, the undercarriage is clean. The car is just equipped with drum brakes all around, but stops without a problem. You can see there is no visible sign of rust anywhere. We think this has been a Texas car for some time.
This is the only chip in the paint we found. It's on the lower edge of the hood. There isn't a whole lot to say about this car except that you really need to come take a look at it. Once you drive it, you'll love it.