Was the Plymouth Valiant a good car?
It became well known for its excellent durability and reliability, and was one of Chrysler’s best-selling automobiles during the 1960s and 1970s, helping to keep the company solvent during an economic downturn. Road & Track magazine considered the Valiant to be “one of the best all-around domestic cars”.
How much is a VC Valiant worth?
Excellent basic cars cost $15-18,000, with six-cylinder Regals at around $25,000. VC wagons are more difficult to find than sedans and utilities very scarce but no dearer than passenger versions.
Is a Valiant a Chrysler?
The Chrysler Valiant was a full-size car which was sold by Chrysler Australia between 1962 and 1981. Initially a rebadged locally assembled Plymouth Valiant from the United States, from the second generation launched in 1963, the Valiant was fully manufactured in Australia.
What is the rarest Valiant Charger?
The full story on the only automatic Aussie R/T Charger ever made. GENUINE muscle cars are a rarity these days; hard driving, rust and natural attrition have thinned the herd. But when your car is the only one of its type ever made, now that’s rare. Like Stephen Gay’s R/T Charger automatic.
How much does a VC Valiant weigh?
Chrysler Valiant (VC)
|Chrysler VC Valiant|
|Height||55.0 inches (1397 mm) (sedan)|
|Curb weight||2774 lb (1258 kg) (sedan)|
|Predecessor||Chrysler AP6 Valiant|
What year did the VC Valiant come out?
The Chrysler VC Valiant is an automobile that was produced in Australia by Chrysler Australia from 1966 to 1967. It was released in March 1966, replacing the Chrysler AP6 Valiant.
Who manufactured the Valiant?
The Valiant was the first unibody Chrysler product of the modern era. It made extensive use of aluminum, including the case for the TorqueFlite A904 automatic transmission. In 1961, 1962, and into ’63, its slant-six engine was even available with an aluminum block.