Now for sale in our Houston Showroom is this classical 1961 Chevrolet Corvair Monza. 1961 was the first year the new upscaled Monza trim package was available on these beautiful cars. The Monza package also contributed to more than half of the sales records for the Corvair in 1961. It is powered by the original 145 CID flat six engine, and running into an ATO 2-speed Power-Glide transmission. This Monza has a nice white paint with small clean chrome accents to catch the eyes of the drivers passing you. The bumpers, trim, glass, & emblems are in great condition. Putting the traction on the road are the Ansen Sprint wheels with Prime Well 185/65 R15 tires which are in like new condition. Moving to the very nice interior you'll find red vinyl seats, door panels with a chrome accent to flow with the dash and original styled gauges, and a nicely stitched white headliner, & they all are in great condition. This is a nice rust free & restored vehicle that shows very well and drives just as good. Some additional features include AM/FM Radio, CD player, Vinyl Interior, and Aluminum Wheels. Be the one to take this eye catching Corvair home and show off to your friends and family. You could also take it to your local car meets or show and be the talk of the night. To see all the HD pictures and video please go to http://gatewayclassiccars.com/houston/1961/chevrolet/corvair-S781.html. For even more information on this 1961 Chevrolet Corvair located in our Houston showroom or contact the showroom at (832)243-6220 or email the showroom at Houston@GatewayClassicCars.com
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