This is an extremely solid and great looking "driver-quality" 1962 Corvair 95 Rampside truck that is ready to go. This truck has a 95hp engine and 4 speed manual transmission. Since the trucks arrival from its home in California, we have installed the following new parts: new clutch disk, throwout bearing, input shaft seal, split ring, pilot bushing, bellhousing gasket, crankshaft seal, shifter shaft seal, spark plugs, exhaust donuts, muffler, new Hankook white wall radial tires, etc. This Rampside also has had new brakes recently, prior to its arrival at our shop. We also replaced the vinyl floormat with a new Clark's reproduction carpeting as well as a new seat cover and foam from Clark's. For more information, please feel free to contact Chris Shade @ (402) 460-7097. Thanks! -- Shade's Classic Corvairs is a Corvair specialty shop with over 50+ Corvairs for sale at all times. We sell, restore, repair, and race Corvairs. Check us out at www.shadesclassiccars.com
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