This is a very solid, "driver" quality 1967 Corvair Monza coupe with a 110hp engine and power glide automatic transmission. The car appears to have only one repaint since new. The engine runs strong, the transmission shifts smoothly and the car is a delight to drive! This Monza coupe also has the rare "speedometer alarm!" -- We are a Corvair specialty shop and have over 40 Corvairs for sale. Please check out our website at www.shadesclassiccars.com or feel free to give me a call anytime @ (402) 460-7097. Thank you for your interest! Chris Shade
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