When the late model Corvairs came out the Mustang and Plymouth Barracuda were the "new" opposition.
All of the manufacturers had advertising discrediting the other's claims .
I'll start this section with a Chrysler publication from 1960 called "We Family Tested All Three" .
This is the entire booklet - You decide which one you would have bought back then .
1965 Monza 3.1
By the time he described how all the "neighbors" were just so interested in the Valiant's styling, I was really becoming suspicious. If you were into odd proportioned, pre-AMC Pacer styling, the Valiant was your dream come true.
When he described how the Valiant was dipped seven times for corrosion protection. I was thinking, judging by the number of Valiants around today, compared to the number of Corvairs, maybe they should have dipped them a few more times.