1965 Corvair Monza Convertible
Really nice, sporty car! Perfect paint and interior. As you look at the
dash, you see the transmission quadrant selector lever for the two speed
Powerglide transmission. Chrysler Corporation tried that dash selector
lever for the 1955 model year, then went to pushbuttons until 1965 when
they reverted to a conventional shift lever on the steering column. Air
cooled flat configured six cylinder engine. I think the car would have
stayed around longer had it not had such competition from the new Mustang. Notice the extra supply of
fan belts..early Corvairs were noted for throwing a belt on occasion.
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New Black Convertible Top
164 cu- 110 Engine
Factory AC-Currently disconnected for servicing.
Clean straight body
New door, window and top seals
14" SS Chevelle Wheels and New Tires
New Brakes, Wheel Cylinders, rubber hoses and Dual Master Cylinder
Engine rebuilt by Corvair Mechanic and has only 700 miles since build.
Fresh clean coated gas tank with new sending unit
Carbs rebuilt and sync'd
All fluids changed along with complete tune up
Electric Fuel Pump
First year of the new body style.
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1965 Corvair Corsa Convertible 4 speed Turbocharger Original Unrestored Car
Nice clean original Corvair. Picked it up for one of the car guys I know.
It is NOT FOR SALE. But I wanted to share this one for sure. Many car guys
have not seen one, some don't even know they did these with a turbo. I have owned several Corvairs in year past,
but this is the first running, working, second series Corvairs that I have
had the chance to get my hands on. The 1965 to 1969 Corvairs had fully
independent suspension making them a fantastic handling car. Nadder had no
clue how to drive--- True the first series Corvair had swing axle rear,
just like the VW beetles had. But second series had true independent rear
just like Corvette... Yep, there, I said it.. Enjoy!
1964 Chevy Corvair - Over $27K invested - SOLD!
This 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Series 900 2 door convertible with SS
trim is powered by an air cooled 164 cubic inch flat six, with quad
one-barrel carburetion, a 4-speed manual transmission, dual Exhaust and only 90 miles on the engine since
the rebuild. (THIS CAR HAS OVER 27K SPENT ON IT) IT DOES NOT PAY TO DO IT
Champagne gold factory type paint with a beige interior, new Dolphin
gauges, it has an all new front end, new clutch and pressure plate, new
disc brakes, new dual master cylinder, Nissan aluminum rally wheels, new
top and new upholstery. There has been a documented $7K invested in the
restoration of this car by the existing seller and $20+ is additional
somewhat documented restoration by the previous owner.
The entire car is in near perfect condition, the body is solid and
straight, the car is clean throughout—you can see for yourself how clean
the engine compartment is, as is the genuine leather interior upholstery.
The boot cover is in great condition for those sunny days when you want the
top down and the bucket seats are comfortable and firm.
This car is virtually new many times over and is a clean, solid example of
Chevrolet\\\\'s Corvair Monza Series 900 SS convertible. This is a fun
summertime cruiser and will likely even get good fuel mileage! It has
plenty of pep to get you around town or up and down some winding country
roads. It's a fine car for a fair amount of money. Don't miss out on your
chance to be the proud new owner taking it to the car shows!
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vehicles are offered subject to an inspection and an appraisal if desired.
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1965 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa Convertible FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
1 of only 8353 built, matching #'s high output Corsa engine w/correct quad
downdraft carbs, rare 4 speed manual trans, 4wheel independent suspension,
mirror finish Goldwood Yellow paint, stunning white bucket seat interior,
white power convertible top w/matching boot, full factory gauges w/140mph
speedo & 6Krpm tach, correct Goodyear redline tires w/correct Corsa mag
wheel covers, 2spoke aluminum & wood grain steering wheel, all new chrome &
polished stainless, original Delco AM radio. Extraordinary restoration,
very collectable, show or just drive this American classic.
1963 Corvair Monza Convertable
Ralph Nader, attorney and consumer advocate highlighted the Corvair's
handling in his 1965 book Unsafe At Any Speed. 1966 Corvair sales
subsequently fell to half from the sales of 1965.
The Corvair faced competition from the Ford Mustang, Chevy's own Camaro, and other pony cars. The
car had been costly to produce, yet was not offered at a premium price; not
a high profit earner for Chevrolet as was the Corvette for example. An
increasing lack of interest from the company, especially from Chevrolet's
General Manager John DeLorean, and a complete absence of Corvair
advertising after 1967 reflected the company's priorities, including
promotion of three redesigned models for 1968—the Corvette, Chevelle and
Chevy II Nova.
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