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classic vintage chrome coupe Chevy

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvair
SubModel: Monza
Type: Coupe
Trim: Monza
Year: 1966
Mileage: 87592
VIN: 105376W118140
Color: Blue
Engine: 164 CI
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: --

1966 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Additional Info:

This 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Monza coupe has the careful look of investment to keep this a shining and sharp classic. And best of all, you get to enjoy it from the comfort of an A/C interior.
The sharply-pointed front end, pilalrless hardtop profile, and wraparound bumpers are part of what make the Corvair coupe look so good. And the blackout rear really lets you see the sporty quad taillight arrangement. This example has been done to a high standard to show it all off so nicely. You really see it in the quality of the sheetmetal where the crisp crease wraps around the front end, and it continues through the door line in an almost unbroken line. And we love that this one keeps a stock look that proudly shows off its premium Monza details, right down to the fender badging and wheel covers. It's all wrapped in a bright presentation that stays close to the 1966-correct Mist Blue, but you can also see it has a modern luster that loves the sunshine.
The range-topping Monza line came with bucket seats as standard. These look clean and correct, right down to the trim on the backs. Even the door panels and dash have the correct-style presentation. Overall, this one has an ideal vintage atmosphere. The sporty triple gauge package is pure '60s cool. And the selector for the Powerglide automatic transmission is on a unique fingertip control right next to those. Even the heat/defrost controls and Delco AM radio are quite original and working fine. If you're looking for upgrades, you'll find a few well-integrated ones. There's a matching black armrest center console (removable,) and while this is a factory air conditioning car, the system has been fully upgraded and now blows cold with R134a refrigerant.
The engine bay is in the back of a Corvair. While that's fun to show off, the real reason to showcase this one is because it's a well-done setup. There is an investment in quality all around this 164 cubic-inch flat-design. And we like the well-engineered look, because this was an engineer's kind of car. The motor has a natural low center of gravity, and its smartly packaged over the rear driving wheels. So this one has the size and nimbleness of cars like Porsches and Fiats. Plus, these later Corvairs had the Corvette-inspired a fully independent rear suspension, larger brakes, and a front stabilizer bar. It all makes for a solid driving and distinct classic.
Complete with owner's manual and service manuals, this is the sharp, vintage, and comfortable Corvair. So when it's priced this nice, you know you need to hurry on this deal. Call now!