1966 Chevy Corvair Convertible
Welcome to our 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible Corsa
Coupe. The name "Corvair" originated as a portmanteau of Corvette
and Bel Air, a name first applied in 1954 to a Corvette-based
concept with a hardtop fastback-styled roof, part of the Motorama
This Convertible is a part of the second generation Corvair debuted
in 1965, and the design was unlike anything on the road. It also
popularized a styling cue that was later adopted by everyone from
Land Rover to Lamborghini: a sculpted "character" line in its
fenders, doors, and fascias that wraps around the entire car. So,
the looks were there; the muscle car phenomenon was just picking
up, and perhaps that's why enthusiasts overlooked the Corvair?
From a styling perspective, the second-generation Corvair is a
brilliant runabout car that features several improvements over the
This '66 Corvair Monza Coupe features coil-spring independent
suspension, Chevelle brakes, a Delco AM radio, black leather
interior, and unique paint. Under the rear lid lies a factory flat
six-cylinder engine mated to a Power-glide two-speed automatic
transmission. You will not experience supersonic transport, but the
pairing is good for around 95 horsepower, utilizing its rear-engine
and rear-wheel-drive layout.
Sheer speed was not the goal behind the Corvair
Convertible-breaking the General Motors mold was, and it
accomplished that task.
If you are in the market for a Classic Convertible, why not give
this rare Corvair Convertible a real consideration.
We welcome and appreciate your questions at:
Karen Meranda: (727) 580-9919, or John Hayes: (727) 688-1148