Coming through in a very bright and stand out color is this yellow
and black 1965 Corvair Monza convertible. GM's attempt to capture
some of the European magic was often misunderstood or not
appreciated at the time. Powered by an air-cooled boxer 6, American
buyers were confused by it not having either a inline 6 or a V8.
With the engine shoved in the back it also gave the car a different
driving dynamic that Red White and Blue buyers were not used to.
This car is the 140HP powered version of the naturally aspirated
boxer six. Drop the convertible top and find you a nice back road
and this not so forgotten gem will have you questioning why
American auto makers did not try at least one more time with this
design. Sitting at 85,063 miles this is a prime example of a true
missed opportunity. Looking for something different, something not
like a typical American classic? Then this car should be screaming
your name, and you should be screaming at us to get it in your
driveway. The best way to do that is to give us a call @ (866)
383-1416. Or visit us on the web @GatewayClassicCars.com. There you
will find around 100 photos and a video of the car.
1965 Chevrolet Corvair
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