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For Sale: 1967 Chevrolet Corvair
in Arlington, Texas

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Classical Gas Enterprises
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1967 Corvair Monza Custom If you are in the market for something unique then here it is. Not only is the Corvair model not something you see everyday but this one has been customized to look more like your Camaro muscle car than a classic cruiser. The 4 door Monza body is very straight and has no damage. It had multiple custom features that really set it apart from just an average Corvair. It has a spoiler in both front and rear which along with the bumper were all custom molded in. It is coated in a cool Bolero Red with custom White SS stripes. The door handles on the car have all been shaved to give it a very sleek appearance. Electric door poppers are in place and are some of the best ever produced. They were actually made for a Brinks armored car so you know they are strong. The front doors as well as the hood are remote operated with a keychain to give you access to the inside. If you happen to loose this key it is no worries because a hidden switch has been added. In the front spoiler are custom inset turn signals which work like new. The headlights are nicely mounted in the correct chrome bezels which have a nice shine. The tail light panel on this model of Corvair really has that muscle car appearance. It is topped with some nice thin trim as well as dual circle tail lights. Side mirrors are mounted to each side of the car and are painted to match the car. The window trim and windshield wipers have a nice shine and are all cleanly mounted. The car a has a great stance and really looks cool rolling down the road. It sits on original spoke hubcaps and wheels which are wrapped with brand new tires. In the rear a 164 CI, 6 cylinder motor is cleanly mounted under the deck lid. It was completely rebuilt and runs very well. The engine compartment as well as the motor has all been finished off and painted nicely. The 2 speed automatic transmission shifts nice and smoothly after being entirely gone through. The brake system on the car was entirely rebuilt and the car slows to a stop nice and quietly with no problems. The suspension system provides a nice smooth ride and needs nothing. The interior of the car is nicely completed in all Black vinyl with a few touches of custom. The bucket seats are nice and comfortable with plenty of leg room. The rear seat on this classic is in good shape and actually folds down for some extra cargo space. Between the seats is a custom console that actually houses a vintage TV. Unfortunately with the switch to digital all of the old tvs that were in some of these customs stopped working. However, if you wish to remove it the console was built to be removable. The painted section of the dash houses the AM/FM/Cassette player that delivers a nice sound. The steering column is painted to match the car is topped with a custom polished steering wheel. Under the hood is some extra storage with the entire compartment being nicely finished out. This cool car has a great look and runs very well. You will never pull up to another Corvair quite like it! This is a very affordable classic at the reduced price of only $10,750.00! NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $9,250.00!

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United States
City, State
Arlington, TX
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Vehicle Color(s)
Bolero Red w/White SS Stripes

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