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The Corvair. A rear engine well handling sports car offered through
the early 60's. With the Monza trim level being the top trim level
until 64 and 65, being only surpassed by the Corsa trim. This 65
Corvair Monza Convertible needs nothing at all to be a great
driver. It would probably even do well in shows! The interior is
great, the frunk and engine bay are great. The exterior is great,
the only real flaw on this car is some micro bubbling under the
paint on the top of the rear quarter panel due to moisture or
something when it was painted. With the only flaw out of the way
lets talk about the rest of the good. The steering is great (manual
steering but is easy) and the brakes work great. The car is easy to
start and stays running properly when started cold. I wouldn't
hesitate to take this Corvair on a long road trip or even daily
drive it if given the opportunity. When you pop the frunk or the
engine bay you can see the amount of detail that went into the
restoration. If you're looking for that perfect car that you don't
need to do anything to then look no further! Remember, financing is
available and trades are welcome!
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