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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
67 airvair Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 64CorvairMonza, Eric is right. Unfortunately, don't hold your breath. I think the best chance of getting that which you desire would be from a resin maker. Don of Modelhaus was one of the best for quality and details I've come across, and he just retired and closed his business. I've done many masters
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
mtmouse Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Guess we will file that one under personal experiences and preferences. I watched two of them rust out from under me in less than 4 years.Not that I am a hate kind of guy but it comes close with the K car. > Not arguing about the K car saving Chrysler, kind of says more about Chrysler at that time than the actual ca
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
WOW! That is pretty cool! I'll be in touch soon for one for myself. azdave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > doug6423 Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > Dave, do you also do an oil pressure gauge/modified bolt type? I found out Roger Parent does. > > > Yes, I have a few in stock. $40 including
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES DID NOT WORK BUT ONE WORKED TOO WELL LOL!!!!! Corvair T-shirts and gifts Rear Engine Specialists Rusty's Online (air conditioning) Wolf Enterprises (carbs) Alamo City Corvair Club Cactus Corvair Club NC Mountain Corvairs << Is now a porn site! Northern Arizona Corvair Club Tucson Corvair Association Vairs V8 Vairs Curt
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
azdave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Lane66m Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > It would be nice if Dave would put a for sale post out there for his lenses. > > True. I probably should make a dedicated FS post with the latest info and not make people read through 9 pages of posts. > > I'll
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
Frank DuVal Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Floor pan is different between earlies (1960 to 1964) and lates (1965 to 1969). > > Also between body styles. Rocker protrudes into floor pan on both early and late convertibles, because of more steel sections used to compensate for the missing roof. > > Yes, J.O., I was WRONG, the turbo does have
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
64CorvairMonza Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > OH YEH! Before I forget again>> What is the difference between 1965 and 1965 Corvair carpets??? I see them grouped as 1960 to 1964... Then 1965 to 1969!! I understand 2 doors to 4 door length differences, but I didn't know there was a difference between a 1964, 1965 , etc in 2 door models or even the
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
Found this interesting. I would install it under the carpet to protect the floor and use as a sound deadener.
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
OH YEH! Before I forget again>> What is the difference between 1965 and 1965 Corvair carpets??? I see them grouped as 1960 to 1964... Then 1965 to 1969!! I understand 2 doors to 4 door length differences, but I didn't know there was a difference between a 1964, 1965 , etc in 2 door models or even the convertible models! It get's so frustrating while numbers and descriptions seem
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
toms73novass Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Boy this thread went down the rabbit hole!! :: Always seems to happen when there's violence mentioned towards the name Corvair in the air ...... BTW, I'm looking for the ultimate model Corvair in 64' coupe but don't much care for AMT junk! I grew up a Revell Modeler and will be a Revell fa
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
There's millions of these floating out there. Did you say cheap? China( if you dare) 2 to 4 month waiting period. You get what you pay for.... I ordered from 4 different sellers in China for welding drive wheels just to check quality. The 2 month waiting period came with no deliver and fake tracking #'s and I challenged each one of them through ebay support and luckily got refunded!! I
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
I've found a whole list of radios made just for the Corvair such as including FM, Bluetooth, Cassette, and CD, etc . I've seen radios imitated to look like the original that include the FM option. Several Corvair venders offer most after market radios OR you can find them on ebay. And I would be surprised if Clark's don't have them.
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
JimBrandberg Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I like the red engine compartment. Me too! That's why I'm doing the interior to match. Black seats with red carpet and red kick boards w/ black vents should look really nice! I also have a choice of colors to do the headliner in... what about silver or red? The only custom changes I will do is adding
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
Frank DuVal Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You should replace the fuel line from the fire wall to the fuel pump with the stock metal line. The inline fuel filter (like your glass one pictured) is then installed between that steel line and the under car line at the junction in the left rear wheel well. This keeps rubber fuel parts from heat radiated off the e
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
This is great! let's talk about anything but smashing Corvairs in any form!! I certainly don't want to watch a movie where a Corvair has an accident. And the technical term is a machine that spins off weed-eater/trimmer string and melts it in a glob to create a semi usable shape. Stop with the fancy terms such as 3D printing. Printing is for words being spray painted on paper by another
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
Is the movie called 'The Only One Who Didn't Survive' staring Ralph Nader?
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
Lane66m Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nice car. Even with its unique changes. > > If you think about putting the letters on the trunk hood/lid, I have a set of NOS 64 letters available. Send me a PM with info if you can. Thanks
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
PGVair Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You may want to consider replacing the fuel filter with plastic housing to one with a metal housing. > > Wade Actually I like to see what is flowing towards my carbs and will install one of these... AFTER I flush my tank.. They are my favorite!! And I am thinking that someone omitted the letters to mak
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
PGVair Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Another give away to repaint is the trunk lid would have had "CORVAIR" lettering along the front edge, so either the holes were filled in or the lid was replaced. You may want to consider replacing the fuel filter with plastic housing to one with a metal housing. > > Wade You think that's ba
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
doug6423 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I asked Matt to put a thread for people with parts and tools to sell. I'll be reading a thread and have no idea someone sold something. Just recently saw azdave has the clear lens. > > For some reason, no one responded to the thread.... Except Matt who posted what he sells. Would be nice if there was
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
jjohnsonjo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Does he dine at waterfront restaurants? Why yes,yes he does! And he don't look happy with all this publicity LOL!!
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
Cheepfk Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nice 64. > > It think it's been repainted. > 1964's had black engine compartments and light gray splatter trunks. > > The aftermarket antenna and mirror are giveaways as well. > > You may want to check your paint code on the engine compartment tag to see what the original color w
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
Annnnnnd when I'm not working on my cars, my other hobby is photographer. I caught this beauty a few minutes ago outside my window.
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
The items I am waiting on so far to complete my 3 tasks are.... FOUR of these beauties coming from Hawaii!! A pair of these side mirrors should set this baby off and give er' some balance... Steering wheel adapter for my 1965 from Seth Emerson so I can fit this beautiful wood steering wheel on! I bet these Corvair engines can really fly!! LOL I am looking for ONE or T
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
Thank-You Larry. I want to change out that carpet for a red carpet to lighten up the inside a bit. I also want to get red kick boards as well. I really need to polish up that #922 Ember Red paint. And I'm pretty sure it's a repaint as it don't appear to have a coat of clear on it. It's taking to rubbing compound very well. I also found a site where i can still get #922 Ember
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
Hey all: Since I figured out how to post photos from my host site, I thought I would post photos of my recent find! I bought this from a collection and actually it was one of the last in this man's collection except for a few dragsters from his days of NHRA participation. He said he holds the record time for Corvair drag racing. Anyway, here's my 1964 Corvair Monza w/ 37,000 miles
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
I for one, could find a links page very handy. 'Some' can be too slow to give advice, but most times not, and I always seem to be in a hurry when I need something. I wish I had more patience but I'm always trying to finish one task before going on to the next one. Right now I'm doing three tasks at one. Waiting on headlight jewelry, a set of mirrors, and my new wooden
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
SOMEBODY: PLEASE go through and update the 'LINKS' section of this website. When I found it I thought it would be a great tool until until I found half of what I clicked on were discontinued and dead sites. Heck, Matt Nall's website took me to AOL.I found may others by him but that one link goes to AOL and I tried several times thinking it was a fluke. BTW, a great big
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8 months ago
64CorvairMonza
Hi I'm new here and this is my first post. Glad to see you here DaveMotoHead and all you other good folks!!! I've learned a lot from you sir and I'm sure Californian will too........ Signed, The Floridian!
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