1965 CHEVROLET CORVAIR MONZA COUPE This 1965 Chevrolet Corvair coupe is the result of a meticulous detailed restoration. It features the optional 110 hp engine. The engine was unusual in offering four single-throat carburetors, to which were added larger valves and a dual exhaust system. All engines were manufactured utilizing some of the heavy-duty internal parts from the Turbocharged engine for better durability. Finished in the ultra rare Evening Orchid color, with black interior, it makes a stunning presentation.It comes equipped with Factory Corvette Telescoping Steering Column and Steering Wheel, Factory Original Wheels, believed to be 62,000 Actual Miles on a Dual Port 110HP engine that has been completely rebuilt, including rebuilt Carburetors,with a new rebuilt Automatic Transmission.New brakes, new shocks, All mechanical components perform excellent. It drives true, stops easily, shifts through the gears smoothly and hugs the road surprisingly well. It is a great driver. The exterior is undamaged, rust free and straight. The paint, chrome and trims glisten. All glass is clear and undamaged. This rare, fun driving car would be a great addition to any garage. The Corvair second generation arrived for model year 1965, noted for its lack of a "B" pillar and a new fully independent suspension replacing the original swing axle rear suspension. The Corvair utilized coil springs at each wheel. Car and Driver magazine's David E. Davis Jr. showed enthusiasm for the 1965 Corvair in their October 1964 issue: "And it is here too, that we have to go on record and say that the Corvair is � in our opinion � the most important new car of the entire crop of '65 models, and the most beautiful car to appear in this country since before World War II."... The '65 Corvair is an outstanding car. $ 16,900.00 GIVE US A CALL @ 909-596-5700 WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE
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