1962 Chevrolet Corvair factory turbocharged Monza 900 Coupe. This is the first year that the turbo charged engine was introduced. This Corvair is beautifully and correctly restored to factory specifications. everything renewed and finished in it's correct roman red with correct new red interior. this is an excellent rust free southern California example. this Corvair came out of a Corvair collector's estate with no expense spared on the restoration. It looks, runs and drives perfectly. the turbo charger has just been rebuilt for maximum performance. remember"good cars are not cheap & cheap cars are not good"Let my 48 years experience in restoring and collecting American and European classics help you with your next purchase.call bob Petricca at California dream Cars & appraisal service for free advice and further information. 818-390-3500
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