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5 weeks ago
Sir Thomas
I find I need to resurrect this discussion to see if there are additional options available for replacing the front lower ball joint boots for a late model Corvair. I need to acquire or order two new boots and I welcome any additional recommendations on appropriate sizes and/or specific part numbers and suppliers.
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7 weeks ago
Sir Thomas
Max, I'm happy you were able to sell the business. I was blown away when you first showed me your twin-turbo invention (back 5 years ago when you were teaching me how to weld - thanks again for that!). So impressive. It needs to be finished out so many more people will get to see it! May it all come together in timing that fits your needs.
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7 weeks ago
Sir Thomas
Hi Scott, yes, we were running with our new LeVeque engine, although it wasn't quite happy yet and needed more of Michael's attention the week after the CORSA convention. I hope that was the reason why we got left behind by Ronnie Jenkins' beautiful red Corsa whenever the Pace Car jumped. I believe I am running 3.27 gears with my 4-speed. I drive with 15" aluminum rims. I w
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2 months ago
Sir Thomas
28 degree banked curves were certainly a new experience for us, particularly during the time when the pace car slowed us to nearly a dead stop to allow new cars plenty of room to come onto the track. It felt like we were just going to roll over, even though we knew we wouldn't. Quite the sensation though. We loved the whole experience.
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2 months ago
Sir Thomas
My family and I had a great time enjoying the fellowship and driving fun at this year's CORSA Convention in Peachtree City, GA. My thanks goes out to the numerous volunteers who put together this series of events. Well done!! One of the surprise delights was the active drive many of us were able to take around the Atlanta Motor Speedway loop thanks to making a modest donation to a local c
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3 months ago
Sir Thomas
I am searching for a useful, adjustable rev limiter for my Fitch Sprint. Recommendations?
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5 months ago
Sir Thomas
It is clear that John was a huge Corvair fan as well as one who appreciated Star Wars and Hot Wheels. A man after my own heart! I wish I had met him. I am sorry for his family's loss. May the sale go well for his daughter.
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7 months ago
Sir Thomas
Michael LeVeque also does a great job on deep valve seats. LeVair Performance 336 Shelbyville Highway Fayetteville Tennessee 37334 765-617-9307 MLevair@sbcglobal.net
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7 months ago
Sir Thomas
I'm looking for recommendations on a car trailer for my '65 Fitch Sprint. We have been flat towing it for years, with pleasantly no issues. But I've firmed up the suspension significantly for autocrossing and I'm concerned that long towing trips will be rough on the bushings and other suspension parts. Prefer as light and short a trailer as possible that will still work very
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10 months ago
Sir Thomas
Update on the parts list, some are still available: SOLD: C4731 Yenko-style Rear Spoiler, fiberglass, for 1965-69, Clark's lists these as being about 1 inch taller than original Yenko spoilers, but the same cool shape $160 SOLD: C338X Late Convertible Fuzzies Complete Set in original bag from Clark's, black band $100 C10776 Black Front Floor Mats, rubber, Chevy bowtie, used, sh
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10 months ago
Sir Thomas
I have a small assortment of extra parts that just might be that special something you are looking to give (or have) for Christmas. AND these items are actually available and not stuck on a boat in a harbor! Prices shown are for the part; please count on also paying actual shipping costs. Clark's catalog numbers shown as a convenience for part identification. C4731 Yenko-style Rear Spoile
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
SALE PENDING!!
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
Dave, I am often one who does that as well! I just want to be totally clear about my description so the eventual buyer will be completely happy with this purchase. Lots of positive attention and comments about the car have come from people visiting our garage sale today, several of whom came just to check out the car. Two gentlemen are seriously considering it. Hopefully the perfect, caring ne
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
So, it appears my description of my car wasn't as clear as I thought it was... Monza? Yes, this car is a Monza with "Corsa badging and dash". Not a factory Corsa, just a 105 VIN car with very pleasant personality and an upgraded presentation that some have called 'very attractive'. It's a nice car and a joy to drive.
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
Additional pictures
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
MORE DETAILS: It is a 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Monza convertible. 140 horsepower, 4-speed manual transmission, fuel injected engine runs well, top replaced three years ago, tires purchased new two years ago, paint is in nice shape, interior redone. Special features include: telescoping steering column, simulated wood wheel, front disc brakes, dual master cylinder, dual exhaust, front and rear bumpe
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
For Sale: 1966 Monza Convertible Nice shape, runs and drives smoothly, several good features like telescoping steering, simulated wood wheel, headrest seats, deluxe seat belts, bumper guards, mag wheel covers, fuel injected 140HP. Corsa badging and dash. Newer tires, top, front windshield. $12,222 neg
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
I completely agree. I met some of the San Diego planning team members at the Pittsburg convention. They were actively engaged observing, talking to members, taking notes and developing enhanced plans. They put a great effort into developing a terrific convention, one which I was eagerly looking forward to attending... twice. Thank you very much San Diego for giving so much of yourselves for
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
Yes, that worked perfectly. Thanks Frank.
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
Hurrah for Robert Parker who kindly hooked me up with the actuating arm I needed. Now a new related question: What is the best method for removing the pin that holds the arm to the back of the lock mechanism?
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
Thank you for the question and offer, Al. I appreciate it. The part I need is the small loop that attaches to the back of the lock itself which turns to raise and lower the rod that I believe you are referencing. This picture should help. My driver's door lock is shown on the left, passenger lock on the right. I need the extension loop and the clip that holds it in place as seen on the l
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
I have a door lock with no actuating arm, which makes it difficult to use. When looking for a replacement, it was a surprise for me to see that Clark's references it as 'discontinued' (part C5755 or C5756 - I forget with Clark's whether the "right" side is from the driver's view or from looking at the car from the nose). So I am hopeful that someone has one av
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
Thanks for the comparative picture Craig. It certainly looks like a match to me, too. With my Bow Tie emblem being in the top section, I expect it is simply an earlier year than the '67 mat in your picture. Perhaps '65-'66. Looks like a mystery solved. Thanks, Thomas
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
I have some floor mats that I haven't been able to identify. I'd welcome the collective wisdom you can offer on this. Are these Corvair rubber floor mats, or did they come from another Chevrolet vehicle?
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
SOLD! Thanks Phil!
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
New prices: $30 for Speedometer $25 for Gas Gauge or $45 for Both Prices shown are for the gauges, actual shipping costs are additional.
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
and the gas gauge
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
More speedo pics
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
Late model Monza speedometer: unknown working condition, but visually near perfect with exceptional condition odometer numbers. $50 plus shipping Late model Monza gas gauge: unknown working condition, but again offers a great visual presentation. $40 plus shipping Or buy both for $80 plus shipping.
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1 year ago
Sir Thomas
Enjoy the good lookin' new ride, James!
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