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2 months ago
ragreeney
I sent my 64 Spyder speedo to this company. They did a great job on it. Mine didn't need calibration, but it looks like they do that as well. Instrument Clusters, Richmond, VA
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4 months ago
ragreeney
Would GM have kept info as to what dealer each car/VIN was initially delivered? I ask because I have no history at all for my 64 Spyder convertible.
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8 months ago
ragreeney
This is a 1964 Monza Spyder underside photo.
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1 year ago
ragreeney
I feel very fortunate that the 'Vair I bought a couple of years ago (that checked all of my boxes) has 5 K-H wire wheels (not for sale, sorry). They show some wear, but I like the look. Trying to keep things as original as possible. It has a few after-market items, but mostly it has factory or dealer installed options.
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1 year ago
ragreeney
The GM compacts from Buick, Pontiac and Oldsmobile for 1961 (Special, Tempest and F-85 respectively) shared the new unibody compact GM Y platform. Aside from being unibody, was the Corvair on the Y platform?
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2 years ago
ragreeney
flamingchariots Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The curved-over design of the trunk lid means you don't have to lift stuff as high when putting it into the trunk. > > Are the turn signals between the headlights on each side? > I don't see any in the 'normal' location. Turn signals? We don't need no stinkin' turn
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2 years ago
ragreeney
The graphs are informative, but it would be useful to 1) see both numbers on the same scale/graph and 2) see corresponding graphs for the swine flu of 2009/10. I fear that the economic impact of the measures taken to 'flatten the curve' are going to be far more devastating and longer lasting than the virus.
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2 years ago
ragreeney
I prefer survivors. As much as I can appreciate restoration/restomod and custom alterations, this car is more to my liking. It's like a piece of history.
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2 years ago
ragreeney
I've been lurking here for a few months, but I guess I should introduce myself. My name is Bob Greeney. I've loved Corvairs since they first came out (even though I was only 10, my love of cars started early). A friend in college had a 62 coupe (500 I think) and we share the commute to university. We had a blast in that car. I finally had a chance to buy my own late last year (2019). It
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2 years ago
ragreeney
Not able to take better pics right now, but this is what my 64 Monza Spyder dash/radio looks like.
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2 years ago
ragreeney
My 64 Spyder convertible looks very much like this one (maybe not as show worthy - I need to clean up some interior things and get some wear items replaced). Mine is Daytona Blue with light blue interior and white power top. Same steering wheel. Mine has the original clock (whee!). I also have the Kelsey-Hays wire wheels w/knock off hubs. I've only had it about 2 months. Can't wait for
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