Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Born on the 4th: 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza

It must be getting near the 4th of July because I'm getting that tingly feeling all over my body, which is either the all consuming pride of being a citizen of the greatest country on earth, or some kind of psoriasis.  Truth be told...it don't get much more 'Murican than ignoring a self-diagnosed and un-treated skin condition, but I'm going to up the patriotism around here with a sweet piece of American history - the most badass aircooled flat-6 powered machine to roam the roads. Find this 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza offered for $6,500 in Westport, WA via craigslist.



From the seller:

1965 Chevrolet corvair 
condition: like new 
cylinders: 6 cylinders 
drive: rwd 
fuel: gas 
odometer: 2300 
paint color: blue 
size: compact 
title status: clean 
transmission: manual 
type: coupe 
up for sale is my 1965 Corvair Monza 2 door 4 speed 110.

car is currently located in Westport, WA

I bought it last year from the original family out of Portland, OR.

LA car that was repainted from Ermine White to blue,

interior could be original but unknown, mileage shown is 02300.
have original plates that come with the car along with owners guide, protection plan booklet with protecto plate, original keys, advertisement booklet and shop/body manuals.


Since ownership i have:
- replaced exhaust system
- added electric fuel pump
- added tach
- added HEI distributor and leads

This car is rust free apart from a bubble on the passenger side door, the cowling around the front windshield is in great condition as well as the door jams. The car runs great, clutch is good, has not needed anything and never let me down. 

Selling due to lack of garage space

$6500 ono, email or text only

car is pickup only

thanks


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4 comments:

  1. Big Like! A little intrigued by the single exhaust. Would want to check out the history on that, as its an awfully narrow diameter and makes me wonder what muffler its running. The only single exhaust cars were the turbos, which was a much larger diameter.

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    1. Hah -- I knew this one would get your attention. The price seems like something from 10 years ago if you ask me...I bet a buyer could buy this for $5k cash and flip it for $8-10k on that other site.

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  2. So many cars, so little timeJuly 4, 2018 at 9:24 AM

    Right car, right price, wrong coast. Single exhaust is correct for a 110hp Monza, like my old '66. Dual exhaust was only on the 140 hp Corsa.

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