A nice trip on a Swiss frozen lake with a Chevrolet Corvair (1960). This experience was possible because of the amazing cold days we had during several weeks.
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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 throughoutâ€”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!
Vehicle information above is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. All
vehicles are offered subject to an inspection and an appraisal if desired.
Financing is available through JJ Best Banc. Delivery arrangements are
For more information, please call 503-855-4345 or 1-888-597-6719.
Who Killed the Corvair?
Was it Ralph Nader? Bad publicity? General Motors? The muscle car? Larry
Claypool, Corvair historian, explains his theory on the demise of the
unique, rear-engined car at the Orphan Auto Picnic in August 2009.
Corvair Monza SR
This 2011 prototype is a design projection of how Chevrolet's original 1963
Monza SS concept might have turned out, had it gone into actual production.
It's a tribute to Larry Shinoda, who designed it and some of America's best
known automobiles, the C2 Corvettes and later Boss Mustangs. It's also a tribute to Bill
Mitchell, who had the design foresight to dream of this being a
lower-priced brother to the Corvette. This version is 6% larger than the
original, and has more modern lighting, so that it can better blend with
today's denser, SUV -laden traffic.
We are using the model designation Monza SR, in deference to the original
Monza SS concept and GM's recent decision renew trademark on the SS model
name. As 2012 progresses, we are working toward making this car available
as a limited-production kit that uses the future owner's existing Corvair
powertrain in our own serial-numbered, tube-frame, rolling chassis/body
combination. Check out our Flickr site:
Winter Car Crashes on Slippery Snow and Ice
Tire chains provide extra traction on snow, mud and on ice. They can help
prevent car accidents in treacherous conditions like these. Our products
are made of high quality steel and ship for free in the continental United
States! See our other videos for instructions on installing tire chains on
your vehicle. Visit our store to pick up some chains:
Vintage: The Chevrolet Corvair | Drive it!
In 1959 the Corvair became the first rear-engine production car made in
America - and Chevrolet's answer to the VW Bug. By American standards, the
Corvair was very small (4.50 meters long) and unusually light (weighing
around 11 hundred kilos). Drive it! discovered a number of specimens of
what is a very rare American in Europe. More Information: