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1965 Corvair Corsa Coupe

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvair
SubModel: Corsa
Type: Coupe
Trim: Corsa
Year: 1965
Mileage: 66,762
VIN: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Color: Red
Engine: 140 hp
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Windber, Pennsylvania, United States

1965 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa Additional Info:

This Corvair Corsa is in better than excellent condition. It is a perfect rust free example...a true California car. I'm the second owner and have owned it for about 10 years. The mileage is thought to be original. I have the original black California license plates that were on the car when I purchased it. They will go with the car if it sells for the 'buy it now' price or more. I have a few pictures of the undercarriage that I'm trying to load on Ebay, but if you send me your email I'll try to get them to you sooner. The chassis, and underbody looks as nice as the exterior....absolutely no rust...no bondo, no undercoating hiding anything. The only undercoating is in the wheel wells, applied by GM for sound deadening...and that is a very thin skim coat for masking stone and gravel noise kicked upfrom the tires. I doubt you could find a better Corvair anywhere at any price. The engine was overhauled right before I bought it.. New pistons, rings, bearings and gaskets. The car has zero oil leaks and runs perfectly. This model was equipped with the optional 4 carb 140 hp. engine from the factory.. Standard for the Corsa, but available on other models for an extra charge. I removed the original cylinder heads and carbs and installed the modified setup you see in the pictures... The cylinder heads were ported, valve seats staked and modified to accept 911 Porsche 3 bbl. weber carbs. The modification included better throttle linkage, electric fuel pump, and other updates including electronic ignition. It not only looks better, it runs better and smoother too. Starts better and idles better and makes a little more power as well. These carbs were new and rejetted for the 164 cu. in. Corvair engine. Next to fuel injection, this is the next best thing you can do... The head work, carbs, linkage, etc. cost over $3500. Other modifications include headers, glass pack mufflers, and deep aluminum sump oil pan. Also 14" Rally wheels and bigger tires are fitted. The car was repainted base/clear coat right before I bought it. Most of the interior is too nice to be original..I suspect it was changed also before I purchased it. The rear seat back folds down for luggage or hauling guns, money, or groceries. Brakes are new... shoes, wheel cylinders, etc. The starter has been replaced with a hi-torque reduction drive model. It really makes a difference in cranking speed and is a really goodimprovment for the weak and prone to cracking factory unit. The Corsa model was only made two years..1965 and 1966. How manysurvived and are in this condition?. This is a great example and a car that won't disappoint.
As for payment. Cash or a direct wire payment works quickest. A bank or certified check is OK too. But theCAR STAYS HEREuntil your check clears my bank and the funds become certified. This can take up to 10 days...even for a certified bank check. So, if you want it in a hurry, I recommend a direct wire transfer from your bank to mine.
I'm not interested in any trades at this time. I'm retiring and looking to sell a few cars.

On Apr-27-16 at 22:34:23 PDT, seller added the following information:

Here's a link for more pictures....cut and paste in your browser:

On Apr-28-16 at 06:59:31 PDT, seller added the following information:

I've had a few requests for the VIN number: so here it is:
The VIN # is: 107375L101641
This translates to 1=Chevrolet, 07=Corsa, 37=Coupe,5=1965 production, L=Los Angles assembly plant,101641=production sequence (1641 off the line)So, the VIN tells me that yes, it is a real Corsa....and itstarted it's Life in California---stayed there with oneowner until 10 years ago when it came to reside in myheated garage.