This 1966 Chevrolet Corvair is a rare Corsa coupe, but that's not
what's really going to make you pay attention. Instead, this has a
dark style that's backed up by a mid-engine small block V8 upgrade.
Oh yeah! And not only is it powerful, but this is also a
four-speed, four-wheel disc brakes car. So it really take the cool
look of the Corvair and makes the supercar you always wished GM had
We really love how this one gives real performance to the svelte
Corvair lines. The VIN tells us this is the high-end Corsa coupe.
It was the sportiest and most expensive Corvair of its day, and so
it was the rarest of the coupes. Of course, most people's first
question is likely not going to be about the model history. This
one upgrades the mean machine factor from every angle. The deep
chin spoiler has a racecar look, and so does the headlight delete
that makes way for added cooling. The polished Weld racing wheels
draw added attention to the wide tires. And the large rear spoiler
and clear LED taillights have a pure custom appearance. A car like
this seems to be right when done in a dark color. It has a hot rod
black style with a matte finish and a tough attitude. The value
price on such a full performance build certainly does leave room in
the budget if you want to turn this into a glossy coupe, but right
now, the appearance already seems to set the aggressive tone
The interior is a full performance setup. There's Corbeau racing
seats, added bracing, a floor shifter, and a Grant GT sports
steering wheel on a tilt column. The gauges are a full AutoMeter
Carbon Fiber Ultra-Lite package with the large and important tach.
There is an AM/FM/CD stereo, but in a car like this, the best
soundtrack starts with what's right behind your seat.
By now you've noticed that the rear seat is gone. In its place is a
mighty 350 cubic-inch small block V8. It's a true Crown kit
conversion, and if you're a Corvair fan, you know that's special
all on its own. The V8 makes serious power with upgrades like a
Holley four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, HEI ignition,
and wrapped headers that feed the dual exhaust. And because this
Corvair is no longer air-cooled, the front trunk has an aluminum
radiator with electric fan. In fact, this is such a useful setup,
that the rear where the engine once was is now a proper trunk that
can hold a spare tire. But what we really love is the performance
advantage this custom setup unleashes. You have a powerful V8
placed in the middle of the car for the ideal weight distribution.
Plus, you get to take full advantage of the Corvair's fully
independent sports suspension. And this has even been upgraded to
four-wheel disc brakes. So basically, this Chevy gives you less
mass and better distribution than even a Corvette!
Complete with service manuals, this is a very special kind of
classic for those who appreciate what a true sports car is all
about. Don't miss this deal, call today!