Third Generation Plymouth Valiant (Signet Trim, 1967)
Over its many generations, the Valiant earned a reputation for being a great family car, often paired with a reliable slant six.
This one looks to be all original, and despite some blemishes to its Beige paint, it still manages to look quite good. It also has one of the nicest logos the brand ever had, meant to reflect the Chrysler corporations participation in Moon rocket manufacturing during the space race.
Most likely a Vancouver transplant, seen for sale in NE Portland.
Second generation Plymouth Valiant (1963-66, though this is a 1964 or newer based on the front end redesign). The Valiant was a very popular midsize sedan for the now defunct brand, even warranting its own unique badging like the Mustang or Monte Carlo.
This generation’s rear end is probably its greatest asset, and while the color is boring you can rest assured it’s timeless. Overall it looks to be in decent shape, and since taking these pictures last week I have noticed a “For Sale” sign go up in the window…
Seen in NE Portland, for now.