1965 Chevrolet Corvair 4-Door Sedan C-387 This is an original very low mileage 1965 Corvair 4-door sedan. Having just 68,000 miles (title confirms 65,985 dated 11/2006), this is a great condition well maintained Corvair. All gauges and features function as intended and the car runs and drives well. The 6 cylinder 164ci engine runs well and the Powerglide 2 speed automatic transmission shifts through the gears smoothly. The original appearing green interior is in good condition as is the glistening exterior finished in complimenting dark green metallic. All glass and chrome ate in good condition. Overall, this is a good condition good driving 1965 Corvair that will be a lot of fun to drive. $9500.000 obo GIVE US A CALL @ 909-596-5700 WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE
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