This is a very solid 1963 Corvair Monza Spyder coupe with a stock 150hp turbo engine and 4 speed manual transmission. All of the suspension has been completely gone through replacing ball joints, tie rods, bushings, etc. The brakes have been completely rebuilt as well and all of the wheel bearings are new. While the suspension was torn apart, it was painted as well. The engine runs well and all of the pushrod tube O-rings, rocker stud seals, etc. have be replaced in addition to the clutch this past summer. This car is a patina driver that is extremely solid and road-worthy or one can take the car to the next level with a cosmetic restoration. Please feel free to call Chris Shade at (402) 460-7097 anytime with further questions. Thank you! -- Shade's Classic Corvairs is a Corvair specialty shop with over 40+ Corvairs for sale. We sell, restore, repair and race Corvairs. Check us out at www.shadesclassiccars.com
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