1962 Chevrolet Corvair MONZA 900 Club Coupe - Clean, Original, 4-Speed Stick

Price: US $7,495.00 Item location: San Rafael, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Corvair
  • Trim: MONZA 900 Club Coupe
  • Year: 1962
  • Mileage: 99,646
  • Engine size: 6 cyl 145 ci 80 hp 2x1bbl carbs
  • Drive type: 4-Speed Manual Transmission, floor shifter
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1962 Chevrolet Corvair

1962 Chevrolet Corvair MONZA 900 Club Coupe
GreatDriver ClassicCorsair.. Top of the line MONZA 900 with a 4-speed stick shift.
Super cute, un car with a lot of automotive history behind the design.
This Corvair 2 door coupe is aCalifornia car with a straight, ust-free body with a nice quality respray in recent history.
Overallvery good original condition body and interior.
Engine and mechanicals in stock condition and good working order.
Chrome is decent, indow seals and glass are good.
Tires are new and brakes are very good.
Everythingworks.Starts and runs great, ith lively performance thru the floor mounted 4-Speed manual transmission.
ThisCorvair came to us from a local enthusiast trimming his garage. It had been driven regularlyuntil then and runs fine - noproblems, o issues.
This car is basically complete and in very good original condition.
It is aperfect daily driver and would form anexcellent base for a complete restoration or build out into customCorsair coupe project.
Nodetailed service history is available, ut it looks pretty goodreally, nd runs as well as it looks.
MODEL HISTORY:Introduced in 1960 the original Corvair was anengineering tour-de-force forGeneral Motors. It featured GM's first Unitized body and a fully independent suspension. With a rear mounted air-cooled flat 6 engine TheCorvair was touted as the "affordable Porsche" in many car magazines of the day.The overall layout provided a very roomy interior with flat floors and a sporty low seating position.Handlingwas exceptionally nimble and regarded as very sporty for the day.Proper attention to tire pressures and driving technique mitigate any tendency toward tail-happiness, nd the classicCorsair really is a fun ride.