Gateway Classic Cars of Charlotte, North Carolina, is proud to list
this soft-top 1965 Plymouth Valiant Signet. Keep reading if you
want to add a fun little cruiser to your car collection. This car
does not feel like it's 57 years old going down the road. The
Valiant was one of the Big Three's new compacts at the time, and it
helped keep the automaker's sales up during what might have been
lean years. Well-styled and fun-to-drive, the Valiant offered the
desirable combination of simplicity and economy. Powered by the
durable Slant Six engine, Plymouth's Valiant was an economical
alternative to the larger, thirstier cars of the era. With
reasonable care, these cars delivered many thousands of miles of
trouble-free driving. Signets remained the brightest and sportiest
of the Valiant lineup, with additional chrome accents inside and
out, plus unique wheel covers and all-vinyl bucket-seat interiors.
A power top was optional for this convertible instead of the
standard manual affair.The owner states that the legendary, slant
six-cylinder engine has been rebuilt, and it sure does purr. The
smooth-shifting, automatic transmission makes the driving
experience even more relaxing as you sit back in the bucket seats
and enjoy the ride. Hit the switch that makes the power top fold
back and drive. This little gem is a great choice to take out on
the back roads, to the local car meet, or just out for a lovely
evening. Don't delay, or all of that wind could end up blowing
through someone else's hair!
1965 Plymouth Valiant
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