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1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Spyder 72188 Miles Red Convertible Turbocharged 6-C

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvair
SubModel: Monza Spyder
Type: Convertible
Trim: Monza Spyder
Year: 1964
Mileage: 72188
VIN: GA8451
Color: Red
Engine: Turbocharged 6-Cylinder
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Spyder Additional Info:

We love original cars and if you are a Corvair enthusiast you have to check our this 1964 Corvair Monza Spyder Turbo Convertible. The car remains in highly original condition. It is starting to show age but remains solid and performs well. It features its 6 cylinder, turbo powered, air cooled engine paired with a 4 speed manual transmission. The car rides on 13 inch wheels with hubcaps. The car has resided in Florida in storage for the last 21 years. The engine runs well and the transmission shifts as it should.
"And it is here too, that we have to go on record and say that the Corvair is - in our opinion - the most important new car of the entire crop of '65 models, and the most beautiful car to appear in this country since before World War II." "When the pictures of the '65 Corvair arrived in our offices, the man who opened the envelope actually let out a great shout of delight and amazement on first seeing the car, and in thirty seconds the whole staff was charging around, each wanting to be the first to show somebody else, each wanting the vicarious kick of hearing that characteristic war-whoop from the first-time viewer." "Our ardor had cooled a little by the time we got to drive the cars - then we went nuts all over again. The new rear suspension, the new softer spring rates in front, the bigger brakes, the addition of some more power, all these factors had us driving around like idiots - zooming around the handling loop dragging with each other, standing on the brakes - until we had to reluctantly turn the car over to some other impatient journalist ... The '65 Corvair is an outstanding car. It doesn't go fast enough, but we love it." Car and Driver Magazine ~ October 1964