Gateway Classic cars of Las Vegas is pleased to present a 1966
Chevrolet Corvair Monza in Red with a Black interior and White
Convertible top.The Corvair remains the only American designed
mass-produced passenger car with a rear-mounted air-cooled engine
with over 1.8 million produced between 1960 and 1963.This example
is of the second-generation produced 1965-1969 that included a body
redesign. It carries the 2683cc 2.7 L Flat six known as the "Chevy
Turbo Air 6" carrying a hotter cam-shaft, a revised dual spring
cylinder heads and new 2" exhaust. It was able to produce 95 hp and
was mated to a synchro-mesh 4 speed transmission with the Saginaw
Gear set. Self-adjusting brakes were added in 1963 as well. The 66
Monza also received fully independent suspension for improved
handling.This 66 Monza has fresh paint with a white convertible top
and black vinyl interior that coordinates well with the black and
red theme throughout the car. The interior is in correct black
vinyl and carries the Corsa Dash Gauge set as well along with a
correct AM Radio for just the right 60's feel.The 60's Corvair
Monza Convertible is truly an iconic 60's car and a great way to
step back in time when gas was cheap and love was in the air, drop
the top and enjoy it groove.
1966 Chevrolet Corvair
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