This is very nice 1963 Corvair Monza convertible that has a good running 102hp engine and 4speed manual transmission. The interior has been redone recently and we just installed a new clutch, throw out bearing, etc. This is a very solid Corvair that is ready to go and an affordable classic for the family to enjoy. Please feel free to give Chris Shade a call @ (402) 460-7097 anytime with questions. Thank you! -- Shade's Classic Corvairs is a Corvair specialty shop with over 40 Corvairs available. We sell, repair, restore and race Corvairs. Check us out at www.shadesclassiccars.com
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