1964 CORVAIR MONZA CONVT Finished in Beautiful Triple Black, this So. Estate Classic underwent a Professional Award Winning Restoration incl. Exterior, Interior, Chrome, Top, & Mechanics. Investment exceeds $40,000. Options Include: Automatic Transmission Dash Mounted Shift Selector Delux Steering Wheel Disc Brakes Significantly Improved Braking & Safety AM-FM-CD Sound System Padded Dash Power Top Cigar Lighter (Unused) Bucket Seats Removable Arm Rest Dual Cup Holders Seat Belts Custom "Corvair" Floor Mats Factory Air Conditioning Rarest of Rare on Corvair Convertibles Upgraded to R134 Enhanced Component Updates to Provide Greater Cooling Output Under Dash Additional Vents for Greater Cooling Comfort Radial Tires Goodyear Eagle 205/50R/16 - Front 225/50R/16 - Rear Motegi Spoked Alloy Wheels Vent Windows V-6 Engine Dual Carburetion Dual Exhaust System Electric Fuel Pump Alternator Show Quality Engine Compartment Quad Headlamps Gas Filler Door Chrome Protector Stainless Rocker Moldings & Wheel Arches Dual Chrome Side View Mirrors Backup Lamps Power Rear Antenna Dual Chrome Exhaust Deflectors Owner's Manual Dealer Sales Literature This Magnificent Corvair has traveled only 600 miles since restoration. It has been a Consistent Winner at local shows. Of the limited number of Corvairs equipped with Factory Air Conditioning, only a handful of Outstanding Examples remain. It is as "Straight As An Arrow" and Pristine Throughout. It is an Absolute Joy to Drive and garners all the "Oohs and Aahs" anytime out. Ask $26,950. 770-883-9115. firstname.lastname@example.org
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