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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: dedsleds ()
Date: December 24, 2010 04:59PM

pillar cover are cracked but still together 10.00/pr
black dash pad in good shape, not mint but good to very good shape 40.00
rear seat assembly, lower frame rusty, upper part folds down fine 25.00/all

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: cnicol ()
Date: December 24, 2010 05:12PM

Keep it comin' DS... FWIW, the sheet metal grille below the rear bumper will get some action if it's straight. Also, the rear wheel bearing hub assemblies have a market. Strangely, the speedometer cable might generate some interest if it's not cracked where it changes to a metal tube at the backside of the LF wheel.

Craig N. Coeur d'Alene ID.
66 Black Monza 4dr, 4.2L V8 49k
66 Red Monza 2dr 140/4 EFI 60k
61 Seamist Jade Rampside 140 PG
65 Cypress Green Monza 140/4 4dr
65 White 4-dr 110/AC/PG (parts)



19 Tons of parts in boxes

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: NoLates ()
Date: December 24, 2010 06:24PM

I think you will be lucky to sell half of the parts at best. I'll bet only the high profile items like the AM FM radio will sell. I signed up here looking for cheap parts or parts others have "laying" around that they will almost give me.
I'm rebuilding my engine myself but my budget is tight.

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: dedsleds ()
Date: December 24, 2010 06:31PM

sure Nolates.....cheap parts or donated parts? Tight budget rebuilding yourengine? Save your money and buy this 50,000 mile engine/trans axle setup for, let's say 650.00, from me, and cut your losses, LOL!

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: dedsleds ()
Date: December 24, 2010 06:34PM

cnicol Wrote:
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Strangely, the
> speedometer cable might generate some interest if
> it's not cracked where it changes to a metal tube
> at the backside of the LF wheel.


i didn't know that the speedo cable went to the front wheel. i'll check out the other stuff. i haven't been under the car yet due to the crappy weather, thanks, eric

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: YenkoYS-100 ()
Date: December 24, 2010 07:22PM

You didn't know the speedo cable went to the front wheel??? LOLOLOLOL

You're still Corvair wet behind the ears.GGGGGG

For $650 I wanna drive it home! LOL But thats just the old school Corvair in me.




dedsleds Wrote:
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> cnicol Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> Strangely, the
> > speedometer cable might generate some interest
> if
> > it's not cracked where it changes to a metal
> tube
> > at the backside of the LF wheel.
>
>
> i didn't know that the speedo cable went to the
> front wheel. i'll check out the other stuff. i
> haven't been under the car yet due to the crappy
> weather, thanks, eric

Rick
YS100





Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/24/2010 07:24PM by YenkoYS-100.

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: dedsleds ()
Date: December 25, 2010 06:43AM

headlight bezels 20.00/pr
1 high beam t3 headlight (i still have to test it) 10.00
tail panel trim 25.00
taillights 30.00/set

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: dedsleds ()
Date: December 25, 2010 07:00AM

working dome light 7.00
3 headlight buckets w/hdlts 10.00/all
uncut dash harness 20.00
headlight bezels 20.00/pr
tail panel trim 25.00/set
dash ashtray assmebly 5.00
defroster air duct 5.00

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: Layton Curtis ()
Date: December 25, 2010 02:47PM

You say this is your first Corvair and you say your'e in it to make some money. You won't be the first to try for those prices and come away dissapointed. We are a frugal bunch and all but the most inexperienced novice knows we go to swap meets/trade parts-help each other out ect. That is, if we haven't saved the part for ourself. SO---if you want to make money, you best go somewhere else.

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: dedsleds ()
Date: December 25, 2010 03:31PM

LOL!

front/rear bumpers 60.00/ea
1/4 glass 10.00/ea
hood hinges (front) 25.00/pr
anyone need steering column?
good black standard steering wheel 25.00 (horn ring pitted)
untested (looks like it was replaced) wiper motor w/w-arm transmission 25.00
hood springs 10.00/pr



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/25/2010 03:39PM by dedsleds.

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: jrdriver8 ()
Date: December 25, 2010 03:55PM

I think his pricesa are right on. WHat do we all expect free parts? Come on, when is the last time you saw a complete Vair in the junkyards? Not many up here in New England for sure. I have no problem paying a fair price for good parts if I need them.

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: ubuck ()
Date: December 28, 2010 12:45AM

C'mon Eric, we Pontiac guys know that dedsleds is a reference to The Grateful Dead!

Welcome to the forum, Eric. Thanks for posting here!

Brian
63 Monza Convertibile Sprint Clone
64 Monza Coupe Sprint Clone
65 Monza Convertible
66 Corsa Convertible
69 Grand Prix Model J
2004 SSR


South Holland, IL

Corsa/CCE



"Let's agree to respect each others views, no matter how wrong yours may be." Ashleigh Brilliant

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: art in va ()
Date: December 28, 2010 12:56AM

Prices are relative-they look good to cheap to me, and I don't have to use any tools.

Art in VA
67 Sedan

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: dedsleds ()
Date: December 28, 2010 03:47PM

thanks Brian......yes the dead had a lot to do with that plate!

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: davemotohead ()
Date: December 28, 2010 03:53PM

I say Take it if you can get it!! If your not having much luck here post some on ebay!

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: dedsleds ()
Date: December 30, 2010 06:01AM





how about 140.00 for all panels w/misc shown in pics

pending local sale on front end brake stuff and taillights



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/30/2010 06:02AM by dedsleds.

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: dedsleds ()
Date: December 31, 2010 08:15PM

sold the taillights and thermostat shields

front suspension/crossmember 400.00 (n0t rotted out) when i get this out....

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: dedsleds ()
Date: January 03, 2011 04:25AM

UPDATED LIST!

110 engine 3.55 posi transaxle setup 650.00 (turns over-maybe bad flywheel)
BUCKET SEATS (OK BUT NEED RESTO) 200.00/PR
TRUNKLID 25.00
HOOD 25.00
DOOR SAVABLE BUT NEED WORK 50.00/PR (bare)
WINDSHIELD TRIM 10.00
TRICO WIPER ARMS/HOLDERS 50.00/PR
BLACK DOOR PANELS 100.00/PR
REAR SIDE PANELS 45.00/ALL
GOOD BLACK SUN VISORS 25.00
header trim pc w/working lock assembly and nice chevy emblem, key too 65.00
cowl louvered cover 10.00
drip rail and rear window trim 25.00/all
rear untinted window 15.00
door sill plates....need polishing look good, 10.00/pr
JUST A STANDARD SPEEDO CLUSTER W/NICE PLASTIC AND GOOD LOOKING GAUGES 30.00
MONZA GLOVE BOX DOOR AND SURROUND BEZEL (NEED RESTO) 10.00/BOTH
WORKING HEADLIGHT SWITCH, UNTESTED WIPER SWITCH, BROKEN LIGHTER 15.00/ALL
L/R UNCRACKED VENT KICK PANELS, FUNCTION PROPERLY, 20.00/PR (BLACK)
REARVIEW MIRROR, NICE MIRROR BUT BACK NEEDS RSTO 10.00
front/rear bumpers 60.00/ea
L/R DOOR GLASS (UNTINTED) 20.00/EA
L/R DOOR WINDOW REGS 20.00/ALL
L/R 1/4 GLASS WINDOW REGS 10.00/ALL
L/R DOOR HINGES, NICE SHAPE 75.00/ALL
1/4 glass w/good seals and good chrome 20.00/ea
steering column, bucket seats 35.00
good black standard steering wheel 25.00 (horn ring pitted)
untested (looks like it was replaced) wiper motor w/w-arm transmission 25.00
hood hinges w/ the springs 30.00/setup
nice headlight narness w/headlight plates, turn signals 40.00/setup
untested wiper motor (looks new), transmission, washer jug/bracket, hoses, squirters 45.00/setup
speedo cable 25.00
front suspension assembly w/brakes 400.00
front lic plate bracket 12.00
gas tank filler neck, gas tank strap, gas cap/door 25.00/all
(double checking gas tank....i think it has a hole....)
steering box 75.00
front air dam plastic spoiler 45.00
misc htr control parts/vents 10.00
floor heater duct door 20.00
seat belt set for parts at best 10.00/set (too bad... they're black)
dash ash tray assembly 5.00
uncut dash harness 45.00
good black steering wheel 30.00

i have the horns but need to test those....will try to test wiper motor also

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: Hellfish ()
Date: January 04, 2011 05:22PM

I'm just down the street from you in Evergreen Park. Did you get this from a guy named Frank?

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Re: parting out 1966 monza corvair
Posted by: dedsleds ()
Date: January 04, 2011 11:39PM

yes i did, just pulled enginne/trans.....car being scrapped tomorrow.

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