Rare 1961 Chevrolet Rampside Pickup - sometimes referred to as the
Corvair Pickup. This is not the Loadside pickup, it is the Rampside
with access on the passenger bed side. Don't be confused. The
Corvair H-6 style motor is in the Rear under the bed. A
rear-mounted, horizontally-opposed 6-cylinder (H-6) air-cooled
engine that delivered 80 HP and 128 ft-lbs of torque with 145 cu.
in of displacement. The interior trim, dash and door panels are
like the 1961 Chevrolet regular cab pickup design. Very appealing,
black vinyl seat covering is still present. Built from 1961-1964
only. The rampside was a rare & unique design to attract companies
that needed an easy way to load up. This particular unit was
actually used on the Railroad and carries the stamp KT RR 163
(Kansas RR). It is the only one I know of, in existence carrying
this metal stamp placed above the steering column. In addition it
still carries the Land-Sharp Kansas City Mo. Dealer Emblem on the
back. Original, but not running. Has its' dings and dents but not a
rust bucket. Clean step down bed design. This is a big project but
would be ever so cool. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location
is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have
a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please
Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1961 Chevrolet Pickup
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