*AUTOMATIC*. *165 hp 6 cyl*, *RUNS AND DRIVES GREAT*. this is a
great driving Corvair and would be alot of fun to cruise around in
the summer. MECHANICAL- It has been thru our shop and we are
replacing the emergency brake cable. Everything works on the car.
HISTORY- This car came from an estate in South Dakota. EXTERIOR-
This car has had a repaint at one time and is showing some of it's
age. It does have some rust bubbles and paint chips that have been
touched up. The top rear window is cracked. See the video for an up
close inspection. INTERIOR- The interior appears to be original
with the carpet showing some fading. The passenger front seat does
have a tear in it. TEST DRIVE- This car drives great and I believe
he was using it as his daily driver and would make a great driver
car. LIKE IT OR RETURN IT- As being in business for 34 years we do
not want to sell anybody a vehicle they do not want. As many of our
vehicles are sold site unseen we will take the vehicle back and
give a refund minus shipping and a restocking fee. You are
responsible for the shipping both ways and a $1000 restocking fee.
You have 3 days to notify us you are not happy with the vehicle and
we will start the return process. Ask for more details. VIDEOS-
Call, text or email for videos of driving the vehicle and of the
engine running and accessories working, Dirk 605-695-7391. Located
1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza
Location:Brookings, South Dakota
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