I love the cars from the 1960’s – they have such interesting lines. The design language of these automobiles perfectly capture the cultural atmosphere and fashion aesthetic of the time. I was only able to capture the rear end of the Valiant as it was pulling out of the parking lot.
Some information via Wiki about the Plymouth Valiant:
The Valiant was totally reskinned for 1963 with a 0.5 in (13 mm) shorter wheelbase; it had a wide, flat hood and a flat square rear deck. The upper belt feature line ran from the rear body, in a gentle sweep, to the front fender tip. Here it was ‘veed’ back and down to the trailing edge of the front fender. The roofline was flatter and sharpened in profile. The grille was a variation of the inverted trapezoid shape that characterized contemporary Chryslers, with a fine mesh insert. Advances in body structure, many accessories and a new spring-staged choke were promotional highlights. The Valiant was offered as a 2-door coupe or hardtop, a 4-door sedan and a station wagon.