65 Corvair (Corvate)
65 Convair with lots of customizing done. Friends car and i am unsure of
all the specs but still wanted to post video. enjoy. thehawkmann74
1965 Corvair Corsa with a Crown Engineering V8 conversion
I have owned this car since the early 1980's. It was a lifetime dream to
own and build this car. This car is beautiful. From a distance it appears
as a stock Corvair with a few modifications. However, it is far from stock.
This car is also not a luxury car. It is more in the lines of a race car
for the street. The car has been driven less than 200 miles during my
ownership. The body was completely restored about 10 years ago. The body
panels were replaced with fiberglass panels. The only steel that remains on
the car is the doors, rear cove, and roof. The wheel wells, trunk area and
floors have all been done in aluminum. The engine is a small block Chevy
from a 1966 Chevy II factory rated at 275 hp. The car has been sitting for
a few years and does have a few small leaks. I did just replace the
carburetors with new Holley 600 with vacuum secondaries. It has a Saginaw
4 speed. One last thing, It's FAST!
It is now for sale on Ebay
1966 Corvair Monza Convertible Red MD031712
This Corvair is really in beautiful condition! Probably the most
outstanding feature is the air conditioning. After checking The Standard
Catalog of American Cars, I find that only 4.6% of 1966 Corvairs had
factory air conditioning...no wonder I had not seen any until this car! I
do not see A/C listed for the 1965 or 1964 models, so this was probably the
year of introduction for that accessory.
Mid Engine V8 Swap Corvair
When this thing pulled in I saw the 350 on the side but it was so quiet.
Then some guy called me over to see the captains chairs that had to be used
so you could swing in as the SBC is really far forward on this thing.
1966 Corvair Corsa:A steal of a Deal (sometimes you can find a good buy!)
Purchased in June, here is a classic 140 hp Corvair that required minimal
restoration costs and IS a good investment. The engine, rebuilt in 1985,
has only 5-10K on it and runs like new. Restoration was less than $700 for
some interior rips. The paint job is adequate and uniform, the lower side
panels are very glossy but the hoods over time have lost their gloss top
coating. On the highway, the car has a very solid feel to it and drives
straight as an arrow. It was made in LA and has no serious rust issues.
1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe with Sidepipes
Nowadays if you're cruising around in a 32 Ford the car better be right if
you have any chance of bringing home a trophy. With as many little deuce
coupes as there are out there your car has to have that special something
to stand out. Well this classic 1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe has no problem
turning those heads. The car utilizes all of the best components available
and delivers a sound that is all you will need to get some attention. The
body on the car is laser straight and coated in nice slick Black
paint....Check out www.classicalgasmotors.com for more information!