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Corvair parking lot meet in Los Angeles, CA Feb 27th.
Posted by: 66vairman ()
Date: February 26, 2022 10:20AM

For you Corvair folks living in the Los Angeles, CA. area, the SCC club is having an informal parking lot meet at the Southwest corner of Hawthorne and Artesia (Redondo Beach and Torrance city limits) on Sunday February 27th. Starts between 10:30 to 11:00. Shops in the area for food or coffee.

Take Hawthorne south past Artesia and turn right at 177th street into the BIG parking lot. SCC meets in the parking lot area south of Kohls (look to the left as you drive in about five car lengths to find Corvairs).

It looks like a nice day in the mid 70's. With a break in the weather it could be a good turnout. Good excuse to take the Corvair for a drive!

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Re: Corvair parking lot meet in Los Angeles, CA Feb 27th.
Posted by: Phil Dally ()
Date: February 26, 2022 01:50PM

Sounds like out Meet-Up...have fun!!!

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Re: Corvair parking lot meet in Los Angeles, CA Feb 27th.
Posted by: 66vairman ()
Date: February 28, 2022 10:26AM

Great weather, but only a few folks showed up.

One fellow had just purchased a very nice 64 Greenbrier. It looked like it had been restored about 20 years ago. Not perfect, but very nice. Deluxe model with both rear seats, a table, good deluxe rubber floor mats in the correct color for the interior - all three mats including the middle mat that apparently Clark's doesn't reproduce.

He has a vW transporter, but was tired of "shifting" in Los Angeles traffic while doing weekend things with his family. So he bought the Greenbrier with a PG. A nice driver!

I showed off my newly installed 66 "plastic wheel" telescoping steering column I refurbished (thanks to all the folks here that helped with information). That was a project as someone had "attempted" repairs before, and those had to be corrected. It took some time to finish. Fortunately the main mechanism was in good shape.

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