1964 Chevrolet Corvair
The final year for the first generation of Corvairs came in 1964 and although the styling went mostly unchanged this year brought a lot of engineering improvements. Larger motors, redesigned suspension and improved brakes greatly improve the performance. This 64 is a nice running car with a great look. It lives with its second owner and has been well cared for its entire life. The four door body is in good shape and coated in the stock GM light blue paint. All of the standard trim is nicely mounted in place with shining chrome bumpers in front and rear. The glass is free of any damage throughout and has a slight tint. All of the lights work with no electrical issues. Stock wheels and hubcaps sit under all four corners and are wrapped with brand new tires.
In the rear you will find the 110hp 2.7L motor that was entirely rebuilt just 250 miles ago. Steve Goodman at Rear Engine Specialists did the heads and carburetors so you know it was done right. The car starts up well and the 2 speed powerglide transmission moves through the gears smoothly. Other recent mechanical changes include all new bushings throughout and totally rebuilt brakes.
The interior of the car is done in Black/Gray and has been upgraded with power front bucket seats out of a S10. The dash is fitted with all of the original gauges, knobs, switches, etc. The car also has the original radio and even the original underdash air conditioning unit. The trunk of the car houses a spare wheel and the car also comes with some additional parts.
This cool Corvair is ready to go!
This inexpensive classic could be yours for only $6,850.00!
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