*** Alabama law does not title vehicles 35+ years old. Therefore, this vehicle will only come with a legal Bill of Sale and a signed Arkansas title from a previous owner. You MUST check with your DMV to determine their registration requirements. ***
1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible. White w/blue interior & white top. Came from a large estate collection. Car has undergone a recent restoration. Car comes with all the receipts. Paint is a 9 out of 10 with just a few chips on the drivers side door edge. Interior looks great. Rebuilt 110hp flat-6 engine. All new brakes. Rebuilt carburetors. New battery, plugs, wires, cap, etc. No rust anywhere. Power top works and is in good condition. Only issue is the carpet could use cleaning and some floor mats. It will be hard to find one nicer. Ready to go and enjoy.
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