Own a piece of American automotive history; the only American designed passenger car to use a rear mounted air cooled engine. More importantly,This roadster is a blast to drive. This 63 has been well kept and pampered by its owners and maintains its original beauty with its factory burgundy color and black interior The 102hp air cooled engine was rebuilt to original standards by a previous owner and has about 17,000 miles and runs and sounds amazing.
This Corvair has been taken care of with regular checkups by Chevy dealers in Texas specializing in classics, as well as reputable classic car mechanics in Florida. I just had the carburetor rebuilt and adjusted gave it a tune up last month. Tires and battery are new. Fuel pump and cooling fan assembly replaced in the fall of last year. The white convertible top and paint are in excellent condition and the transmission is solid, shifts are smooth as silk. The underside of the vehicle has been inspected and is rust free. This car has always been garaged kept. Original AM radio is included along with a modern Bluetooth enabled radio connected and contained in the glove box.
All owners manuals and service manuals are included along with its car cover, new convertible top boot and spare fan belt.Has been a weekend driver in Texas and Florida, but can easily be a daily driver as well. A real head turner wherever she goes.
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