The Valiant was an entry level compact car built by Plymouth from 1960 to 1976. The third generation (released in 1967) competed with the Ford Falcon and Chevrolet Nova – even to the point of sharing their rectilinear design philosophy…tell that to anyone who says cars look similar today! Find this 1968 Plymouth Valiant 100 currently bidding for $10,100 with 3 days to go on ebay, located in Shawsville, VA.
This Valiant has been given a thorough restoration and looks great covered in gold paint and sporting shiny chrome wheels. The seller doesn’t specifically state it, but this was probably a low option car that has been given a 340 LA-series transplant, 4-speed and new interior.
Under the hood is a 340 cubic inch Mopar V8 covered in all sorts of aftermarket parts, assume something in the 350+ horsepower range and lots of tire smoke. Thankfully it has a 4-speed manual gearbox instead of some fun killing slushbox.
The interior looks recently refreshed and features a front bench seat, which means this is a six passenger car – not a bad thing at all. The middle center passenger is going to get some potentially unwanted attention when you shift into fourth gear, but bench seats rule!
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