This is a beautiful 1961 Chevrolet Corvair 95 Rampside pickup truck with 26,471 actual miles. The truck has the original 80hp engine (T0406V) and 3 speed manual transmission. The interior of the truck has been redone very nicely and it currently has 17" rims with 215/50/R17 tires. The body is extremely straight and rust free with what appears to be one repaint. Much of the original documentation/manuals will accompany the truck. This is a gorgeous truck that is ready to go! Please feel free to contact Chris Shade @ (402) 460-7097 for further questions. We are a Corvair specialty shop with over 40+ Corvairs available at all times. Check us out at www.shadesclassiccars.com . - Thanks!
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