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For December 1965 you have your choice of Mon 20th, Tue 21st, Wed 22nd, Thur 23rd. Friday the 24th was Christmas holiday off.
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Here's mine: No Broadcast sheet found. ....Yet.
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(tu) Dig it! B)-
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Jonathan Knapp Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'll take stab at this. Dynos aren't the only way > to get an estimate on power. > Quarter-mile times can tell you just as much if > you know the weight of the car. Back in 1966 Dick > Griffin from Lansing, Michigan campaigned a '65 > Turbo Corsa that ran in the 13.1s. It was a > full
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I'm thinking you are correct (tu)
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3 days ago
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Richard's post from a couple months ago (sept.14) is HERE - PQIA chart
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4 days ago
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Here is a break-down of Corsa production with estimates of WR vs LOS production USA in WR Willow Run ~87% & LOS Angeles (Van Nuys) ~13% 1965: Corsa Coupe 10737 total= 20,291 (WR=~17,653 & LOS=~2,638) Corsa Cvt. 10767 total= 8,353 (WR=~ 7,267 & LOS=~1,086) 1966: Corsa Coupe 10737 total= 7,330 (WR=~6,377 & LOS=~953) Corsa Cvt. 10767 total= 3,142 (WR=~2,733 & LOS=~408) CANA
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5 days ago
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J3m ? Why not just post the link that shows where this came from? Here's one from 540Rat on a Crovette Forum #95 It's formatting is much better, too. As you would imagine, lots of discussion following... :P
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5 days ago
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Have a look at Hagerty Collector Car Valuation Tools Not perfect, but if you scroll down you'll see graphs of auction results and a value/condition comparison too. That's a good looking car, does it have it's original Turbo engine in place and running? Makes a BIG difference! This is a terrible time of year to sell a car. Folks are spending money on other things, even going into debt
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5 days ago
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Here is an eBay offering for a set or original Weber IDAs from a 1971 911. The guy replaced 'em with a set from PDO. which are no doubt superior, but I'd bet he will regret selling the original Italian IDA pair after they are gone... $1860 OBO - sounds like a great deal from what I've seen on the market.
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6 days ago
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Thank you, Larry for your service in WWII and keeping the world free! I'd love to hear some of those stories. Our surviving "greatest generation" is our National Treasure - ImHO.
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6 days ago
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Imbalance caused vibration is my guess. B)-
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8 days ago
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The latch plate on the upper dashboard panel is usually bent down slightly which does not allow the "finger" assembly to clear. Pulling it just pushes the metal down even more. Use a L shaped tool in the opening to move the latch plate up slightly with the door pushed forward.
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8 days ago
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Rick, No Fisher Body Manufacturing in Canada, eh! Would be the Oshawa Body I.D. Plate, I would say. Here is an example:
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Nice thread bump, Alan! (tu) Where did you find that photo? I think that may be the 1961 4-speed "Corvair Prototipo", eh?
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10 days ago
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They were aftermarket accessories back when Corvairs ruled the road. These are the originals - straight chrome wire. Your only hope is to find 'em used. eBay on occasion, or a Corvair Swap meet. Or, maybe someone here has a set... I'm keeping mine! B)-
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10 days ago
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I've got one. "Driver quality" No cracks, but a couple chips missing from the high lip of the cone. Pay shipping, it's yours...
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11 days ago
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I always liked the look of this Chevrolet Experimental Corvair OHC (Overhead Cam) engine: I've done that look on a couple engines "back in the day"
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11 days ago
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Timothy: Richard L. = Could that be Richard Langworth? Richard was the Founder of CORSA. He placed the ad in Car & Driver magazine that got the club in motion...
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11 days ago
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Mikey, Here you go! Don't see a Yellow one, but....
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11 days ago
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That's great! Always enjoy hearing from new (or returning) Corvair Nuts! I've ben down to visit Matt several times and have also met Ed, so looking forward to meeting the rest of y'all when I make it down to the southern coast again. Mikey, tell me about your Greenbrier. I bought this 1963 Greenbrier from San Diego are that was sold new down there. I brought it back to running a couple
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13 days ago
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stitch Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Never had them Phil, but I've seen numerous posts > on this forum that there is nothing that will make > your floor rot faster! I wouldn't even trust a > "Foggy" day or two...:S <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<+>>&g
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13 days ago
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ral1963 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > A blank ACC line is significant, it tells you one > of two things, either the car has all standard > options and no additional options that required a > special action that required an indicator on the > Fisher Tag or it was a special order order. > > I have tags with, no codes, 1 or 2 codes,
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15 days ago
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The original black rubber O-rings would last a few thousand miles, then begin their deterioration. The would shrink, harden, crack and leak. Replacement of them was considered "maintenance". In the late 1960s Viton became easily available in the sizes needed for the Corvair. They are much more durable, and remain flexible and stable at high temperatures. We are spoiled!
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15 days ago
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Says "4 speed" but another photo clearly shows a Powerglide Shift pattern and lever... Wonder how many wheels are driven? Must be "steered" with proportional brake control on left and right.
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16 days ago
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The company rep on the phone "Yeah, were re-vamping the website, yada-yada Sorry. but they don't take the order while you are on the phone with them?? One strange business model, eh... :D
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16 days ago
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Excellent summary of the important information about Don Yenko's first Performance cars built, Rick. Thank you! It was an outstanding effort on the part of everyone at Yenko Chevrolet to get the initial 100 cars ordered, delivered and prepped by the deadline given by the SCCA to allow the Yenko Stinger to become a registered vehicle for Class D Production racing. An amazing part of Corvair his
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