Is the 1963 Plymouth valiant good in the snow?

Asked by Feb 24, 2013 at 01:41 AM about the 1963 Plymouth Valiant

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are you kidding,about par with a mustang 80,s era


It is a light car, rear wheel drive with a solid axle. No, it shouldn't see any more snow. Sell it and get something with a engine over the drive wheels and buy a set of four snow tires.


Also, keep in mind that this IS a 1960's era car which means NO ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), NO Traction or Stability Control systems, and NO Airbags..probably it's ONLY redeeming value as far as inclement weather is concerned is that it was built sort of like a WWII Tank and has those steel front & rear bumpers. Even so, I wouldn't take a car so lacking in safety features out in a snowstorm, unless it was an emergency.

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