1964 Corvair Spyder convertibel. Totally restored.
Less than 500 miles since restoration
Rebuilt engine and turbo by Ca. Corvair in 2014
New clutch, brakes , exhaust, manual top, interior, tires, steering etc.
Headrests and floor console
Aftermarket am/fm radio and steering wheel. Original AM radio and steering wheel included
Clear title and original California black license plates
Great example and fun to drive.
The Pick of the Day has just 12,000 miles and looks like new
The Pick of the Day is a vintage camping van with quirky appeal
The first year of Chevrolet’s rear-engine compact car, the Pick of the Day has been brought back to original condition
Jon Kosmoski was disappointed with the color on his hot rod back in ’50s, so he started his own paint company
You might have noticed that in the past few years, air-cooled Porsches have had a serious boost in value.
After college, I obtained my first teaching position and, being single at that time, I traded in my 10-year-old junker for my first new car, a 1964 Corvair Spyder coupe.
Just when you thought you’d seen everything, here’s a truly strange piece of Chevrolet history: the one and only amphibious Corvair pickup truck.
So why not? That’s what the builder of this custom Chevrolet Corvair must have said to himself when he decided to transplant a Chevy 350 cid V8 into its rear engine compartment.
The 1960 Corvair was an all-new kind of vehicle for Chevrolet, a rear-engine, air-cooled car aimed directly at the popular Volkswagen beetle.