You don't see these much anymore. This is a 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible. 110hp Boxer style 6 Cylinder engine with a 2 Speed Power Glide transmission. This car has not been restored but is still in Great condition! The body is in great shape, with fairly recent paint. The engine fires right up, and runs great! The interior is in beautiful shape, with no rips or holes. The car has had only 3 owners and also has the Original Protect-O- Plate. These little Corvair Convertibles are super hot, so get this one before its gone!
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