1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible    


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164 c.i.d. / 110HP 6-Cylinder Engine

3-Speed Automatic Transmission

Delco AM Radio

White Convertible Soft Top & Black Convertible Top Boot

Door Edge Guards

13-Inch Factory Steel Wheels / Chevrolet Spinner Wire Wheel Covers & Corvair Monza Wheel Covers / Radials @ 185/80R13s

Goldwood Yellow Exterior

Black Vinyl Interior

Front & Rear Bumper Guards

The Corvair would be Chevrolet's first and only rear air-cooled engine. It would be GM's first unitized body and the first Chevrolet production vehicle to utilize fully independent suspension for all four wheels.

 Under the vented engine lid is the twin carbureted 164 cubic inch powerplant. This is a strong running motor, paired with the Powerglide automatic transmission. The transmision was rebuild in 2011 and the shocks replaced, fuel pump replaced, and full service at a cost of nearly $2,500 with receipts detailing the parts and work. The torque converter was also attended to. The rear wheel drive system was disassembled and inspected. 

The original identification plate is also in place as is the vin identification plate.

 The undercarriage showcases solid flooring throughout. There is a small area of rust to note on the passenger rear area (photographed) The underbody looks to be in good condition throughout. The shocks were replaced in 2011.

 Many of our photos of this classic 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. 

This stance is courtesy of the factory 13-inch steel wheels fitted with older 185/80 series Touring rubber. The wire wheel covers fit this car very well.

The trunk is in good condition, finished in grey splatter paint. We have a full set of Corvair Monza wheel covers in addition to the attractive Chevrolet wires on the car now.

 The white convertible top is very nice.

 The convertible top boot fits the car well, it is new, purchased in 2011.

 The Monza is considered the sporty version of the Corvair. The top model is the turbo-charged Monza Spyder, rated at 150+ horsepower.