The 1963 Plymouth has a completely new look. The general appearance is that of a?
The 1963 Plymouth has a completely new look. The general appearance is that of a longer, wider, and more massive automobile.
Plymouth's profile reveals a new roof line, with a flatter silhouette at the rear extending beyond the rear window in a canopied effect. Up front there's a wide horizontal grille, with unique vertical parking and turn signal lights.
Plymouth is three inches longer and offers six engine options for the coming year--ranging from a 225 cubic inch "six" to a big 426 cubic inch "eight."
Chrysler Corporation's lowest price car for 1963 is the Valiant. Valiant's new look is the first major styling change for any of the "big three" compacts.
The Valiant has a wide grille with single headlights.
The sloping rear deck is flanked by sharp ridged quarter panels. And more than two inches have been added to the length of the car. For the first time, Valiant offers a convertible model, in addition to a full line of sedans, hardtops and station wagons.