1966 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Coupe

1966 chevrolet corvair

Current Bid: $4,351.00 More Information ebay logo

Location: McLean, Virginia
Year: 1966
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvair
Trim: Monza
Engine: 2.7L 164cid H6
Drive Type: RWD
Mileage: 59000
Sub Model: Monza
Exterior Color: Red
Interior Color: White and Black
Number of Cylinders: 6
Transmission: 4 speed manual
Body Type: Coupe
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Vehicle Title: Clear
Options: CD Player
Fuel Type: Gasoline
For Sale By: Private Seller
VIN: 105376w131324
VIN Number: 105376w131324
Deposit amount: 1000.0
Deposit type: 1

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Selling my Chevy Corvair Monza.  I have owned this car since March this year, kept it garaged and only driven on weekends.  I recently tuned the timing and gave the engine a once over; it’s in amazing shape.  I am selling only because I recently latched on to an old Mercedes which I am restoring.  So, with just a one-car garage, I have to let the Corvair go.  The gentleman I bought this from owned it for about a year; he bought it from a collector of sorts, who refurbished the car to its excellent current condition.  I don’t say restored, because the car has less than 60,000 miles and the engine did not need to be broken down, and the car had no rust to speak of.

Details are as follows as to new or upgraded components in the last two years:

  • Rebuilt carburetors with stainless steel carb linkage and high-flow air cleaners
  • New spark plugs, cap, and plug wires
  • New starter
  • New alternator
  • New heater duct hose, fan belt and various rubber grommets and insulators
  • New Crane electronic ignition
  • New hard fuel lines
  • Backup electric fuel pump
  • New stainless steel gas tank float
  • New Ray Sedman billet shift coupler cooling fan and idler pulleys
  • New clutch cable
  • New high volume heater fan motor and heater fan blade
  • Fuel tank cleaned and sealed
  • New filler hose and vent hose installed
  • New Clarks exhaust with stainless steel tips    

Suspension and brake components by the first owner include:
  • New front sway bar bushings and upper/lower ball joints
  • New rear bushings
  • Real wheel bearings disassembled, greased and fitted with new seals
  • New KYB Gas-A-Just Shocks
  • Four wheel alignment
  • New brake parts, cylinders, hoses and shoes
  • Drums turned
  • New Hankook Optimo radial tires    

Original cowl tag decodes as follows
  • 2A = 1st week of December production date
  • S = White/Black interior
  • 66 = 1966 model year
  • 103537 = Chevrolet Monza Sport Coupe
  • WRN = White/Black interior trim
  • RR – Regal Red exterior finish    

The first owner performed an extensive bare metal and glass-out repaint in Delstar acrylic enamel followed by acrylic clear coat.  Rust repair was limited to a patch at the base of the windshield which was replaced with a NOS panel.  14” Rallye wheels were painted to match and are accompanied by new beauty rings.  A Camaro front lip spoiler was added.  Glass was fitted with new weatherstripping.   Mild modifications on the dash included a VDO tachometer, oil pressure and voltage gauges with an aftermarket stereo player.   Topped with quad single-barrel carburetors, the air-cooled 164 ci flat-six is believed original and is paired with the factory 4-speed manual transmission.  Records are limited, but the previous owner reportedly performed an extensive refresh to the engine about 7,000 miles ago that involved a light port and polish of the heads, three-angle value grind with staked valve seats and the installation of a bolted flywheel, new clutch with pressure plated and new seals and pilot bushings.  New valve and oil pan gaskets were fitted at the same time.   No cracks in the dash – it was re-dyed in a black crinkle finish.  Seats had new foam installed in them and the upholstery is perfect.  There is a removable center console with dual up holders.   All instrument controls and functions work perfectly – turn signals, lights, gauges, wipers.  The odometer is a Speedhut GPS multi-function speedometer installed at 53,806.  The Speedhut odometer now reads approximately 5,200, which works out to a total mileage on the car of approximately 59,000.  

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Current Price: $4,351.00

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