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Wagon Question
Posted by: OttawaCorvairGuy ()
Date: December 05, 2018 04:58AM

Do the Wagons have a removable floor over the Diff - like the FC does?

Thank you,

Tony
(Ottawa Area - Canada)

(1) Marie's 1962 Convertible and our 1966 Ultravan #248 (aka Itchy Feet - Long Restoration)
(2) Our 1963 Rampside (Sold 2014) and 1967 Ultravan #256 at Upper Canada Valley car show in 2009.
(UV256 aak Itchy Feet II - corvair power plant came out 2012 - plans with donor for a GM 3.8L FWD conversion, as a gas pusher, in the back of UV256)
(3 & 4) Are some of our 11 Corvair parts cars - to help keep our stuff on the road - hopefully as long as we live. ;-)
(5) Is one of our Wayne 100 boats (Corvair powered) SOLD - August 2018
(6) Nov 14, 2012 Ultravans #362 and #512 arrived. We are getting closer to our goal of having an Ultravan museum.
We now own; UV248, UV256, UV362, UV512, and UV520 will hopefully be here July 2013.
(7) I saved Ultravan #231 from the scarp yard this year. It arrived May 9, 2013 and I plan to flip this one with a mid-engine Subaru power plant.



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Re: Wagon Question
Date: December 05, 2018 05:36AM

Yes.


Dan Davis ~ Pierce County, WA ~ CORSA Western Director + Corvairs NW + North Cascades Corvairs + Corvanatics
1966 Corsa Turbo coupe ~ ~ 1966 140 Corsa ~ ~ 1965 Monza 140/4 'Vert Sierra Tan/Fawn ~ 1964 Monza 'Vert (SOLD) ~ 1960 Monza Ermine White/Red PG ++ ~ 1965 Monza 140/4 Evening Orchid w/ ivory/black interior ~ 1962 Monza Wagon 102/4 ~ 1963 Rampside/Scamper ~ 1963 Red/Greenbrier ~ 1969 Ultra Van #468

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Re: Wagon Question
Posted by: OttawaCorvairGuy ()
Date: December 05, 2018 05:39AM

Thank you Dan.

I saw a picture on FB with the opening and was not 100% sure it was a wagon.

I never noticed that - before I packed mine full of stuff and put it into the 53 foot trailer years ago. Grin

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Re: Wagon Question
Posted by: wv-geo ()
Date: December 05, 2018 05:45AM

1966-Corsa-GT-180 Wrote:
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> Yes.

I did not know that.

Thank you.

Dan Stark
Hurricane, WV

1961 Lakewood 500, 80HP, PG
1964 Corvair 500 Coupe, 140HP, 4spd (Christine)
1965 Mustang Coupe, 6cyl, 3spd

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Re: Wagon Question
Posted by: MattNall ()
Date: December 05, 2018 07:30AM







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Re: Wagon Question
Posted by: PGVair ()
Date: December 05, 2018 03:25PM

As stated above, there is a removable panel. But...the heater box is attached to the bottom of it. To remove the cover, unscrew the nuts for the heater brackets under the car first.

Wade Lanning

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Re: Wagon Question
Posted by: steve c goodman ()
Date: December 05, 2018 03:36PM

If the original caulk/seam sealer is in place it
can be a booger to pry the cover from the floor
section.

Unlike the FC where interior noise was
NOT an issue the couple of wagons I tried to
remove the panel were pretty tough because GM
sealed to keep noise from passenger cabin.

best wishes, Steve
Rear Engine Spec. Inc. Golden, Colo.

1962 spyder 3.0L turbo---1965 Crown V8
1967 monza 110/4---1968 monza 110/4
1971 amante gt 110/4
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Re: Wagon Question
Posted by: OttawaCorvairGuy ()
Date: December 05, 2018 05:34PM

Thank you Wade and Steve. Very helpful tip for those (like me) who did not know that already.

BTW - I think they also wanted to keep any exhaust fumes and other automotive odors out of the passenger compartment as well.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/05/2018 05:34PM by OttawaCorvairGuy.

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