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WTB: Late Model Turbo Shrouding
Posted by: Phil Dally ()
Date: April 30, 2020 05:56AM

Getting ready to do differential in Zonker.

Wanting to install one of my turbo motors.

Need everything to make the heater work.

Never ran all the shrouds on my racecar.

I've never owned stock factory turbo car.

Looking at Clark's Catalog for shrouding.

Many more turbo only than I knew about.

Couple parts in fact crossover LM to EM.

I am only listing Late Model on this list.

1. LEFT REAR AIR DOOR 1965-66 Cars 140 Hp & Turbo CU153
3. LEFT FRONT HOSE SHROUD All Turbo and Corsa CU160
7. FRONT SHROUD 1965 Turbo CU3154
7. FRONT SHROUD 1966 Turbo CU3155
8. RIGHT SIDE SHROUD 1965-66 Turbo CU3157
9. FAN SHROUD 1965 Turbo CU1319
9. FAN SHROUD 1966 Turbo CU1320
13.RIGHT FRONT HOSE SHROUD 1965-66 TURBO CU3062L
14.HOSE EXTENSION 1965-66 Turbo CU1304
Collar Retainers...not pictured 1965-66 C4375

I would by one or a full set out of your stock.

List may not be complete...additions welcome.

THANK YOU CLARK'S CORVAIR!!!


edit: better descriptions

needpart



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 04/30/2020 07:45AM by MattNall.

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Re: WTB: Late Model Turbo Shrouding
Posted by: Lane66m ()
Date: April 30, 2020 06:34AM

Phil:

I will have you photos soon. Greenbrier in work by Rick and myself, but Donna is working your request.

Al
Georgia

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Re: WTB: Late Model Turbo Shrouding
Posted by: RexJohnson ()
Date: April 30, 2020 09:38AM

Part #1 is for the 12 plate cooler so there should be a lot of them around. Part #3 has a hole in it for the thermistor wire to go thru. There are a lot of these also or it is easy to drill the hole. Part #7 the only difference would be the hole for the diff dipstick in '65. You can also use a #13 from a '64 the only difference being that where the lower shroud attaches to the bottom of the hose shroud the '64 will use 2 bolts and the later parts only 1. The #3 part you could also use one from a Spyder but it would also have 2 bolts at the lower shroud instead of 1.

RJ tools
Salem,Oregon

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Re: WTB: Late Model Turbo Shrouding
Posted by: Phil Dally ()
Date: April 30, 2020 06:45PM

Thanks Rex...any additions are welcomed.

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Re: WTB: Late Model Turbo Shrouding
Posted by: 2manyvairs ()
Date: April 30, 2020 07:56PM

Isn't there a heat shield piece that goes on the fresh air outlet off the top shroud ( #9) as well? And the clamping plate for exhaust pipes that attaches to #8 side shroud.

Both my turbo cars came in pieces and are still that way. My Spyder came with a 140hp and finding the sheet metal was much harder than the turbo engine and parts. No net back then so limited resources.

Jeff


1960 700 sedan - blue, #1819 oldest existing non horn slot car
1962 Monza sedan - black w/red cloth interior daily driver
1962 Monza coupe - silver blue/blue 4spd
1963 Greenbrier - standard, "Turdbrier"
1963 Monza cvt - Ivy Green/Fawn It's NOT red !!
1964 Monza coupe - red/black, 95hp pg, 54k miles 3rd owner
1964 Spyder cvt - Blk/Red It's NOT red either !!
1965 Monza ht - retired daily driver, the storage shed
1965 Corsa 140 ht - all good except for how it looks.
1965 Corsa 180 cvt - perfect body, everything else shot
1966 Corsa 140 ht - Red/Red, Canadian w/factory headrests, wood wheel, rr speaker, & oil bath,


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Re: WTB: Late Model Turbo Shrouding
Posted by: RexJohnson ()
Date: April 30, 2020 08:51PM

The heat shield that Jeff talks about is only on the Spyder's. On the '65 and '66 turbo's the 3" upper cool air/ heater hose was moved to the driver's side away from the heat of the exhaust so it is not needed. For the collar retainers #C4375 the Spyder's used the ones where the 2 holes for the pipes are almost touching each other. On the late cars they are like an 1 1/2" apart. I think of the wide right-hand side shroud of the late compared to the narrow right shroud of the early to remember which one is which.

RJ tools
Salem,Oregon

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Re: WTB: Late Model Turbo Shrouding
Posted by: joelsplace ()
Date: April 30, 2020 09:28PM

It was pointed out that #13 is different to clear the exhaust but the flange that goes on it for the heater hose is also different #14 I believe. It is pointing the wrong direction in the picture so it is hard to tell.

Joel
Northlake, TX
5 Ultravans, 113 Corvairs and counting...

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Re: WTB: Late Model Turbo Shrouding
Posted by: Lane66m ()
Date: May 01, 2020 01:31AM

Phil has a #13 he bought from me a while back. And #14 is longer and has a flat side for the turbo install. I had 2 I was selling last year. Just have to find out if I still have one of them.

This is giving Donna and I a chance to clean out all the shroud pieces we have. Most will hit the scrap bin as they are either damaged from rust or PO induced damage. Phil will get the turbo ones and Rick will get a good set of 110/140 pieces. I have 2 sets set aside for my use but will reduce down to 1 set.

So if anyone is needing any shroud pieces or seal retainers, send me a PM with what you are looking for. An email will be needed for a photo to be sent back to you.

Al
Georgia

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