1966 Valiant Convertible Specs?

Answer The Plymouth Valiant Signet was a two-door convertible model introduced in 1963. The 1966 model-year marked the end of production with significant design changes. Multiple engine and transmission t... Read More »

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1966 Ford 289 Specs?

The 289 was the largest small-block V8 engine produced by Ford in 1965. The 289 was available in three different versions. The base model version featured a two-barrel carburetor, while the high-pe... Read More »

1966 Chevrolet Corvair Specs?

The rear-engined 1966 Chevrolet Corvair was originally intended to be a mass-produced compact runner that would compete with similar size cars being produced in Europe at that time. However as fate... Read More »

1966 El Camino Alignment Specs?

The El Camino was Chevrolet's response to Ford's coupe utility vehicle, the Ranchero. Whereas Ford's Ranchero was based on the Falcon's design during the first half of the 1960s, the El Camino was ... Read More »

1966 Ford Bronco Specs?

In 1965, the vice president and general manager of the Ford Motor Company, Donald N. Frey, announced that the Ford Bronco would be appearing in dealer showrooms later in the year. By 1966, the Ford... Read More »