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6 weeks ago
ccpinc
Thanks Phil. I'd prefer an original Chevrolet luggage rack. Can always put the boards inside!
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6 weeks ago
ccpinc
Thumper477 - I didn't know you were the guy I purchased it from. Thanks for making it available to me. I've discovered it was originally Cardinal Red with a white stripe. I'll be going back to the original colors. First through, I have 118 drilled holes to fill! Then a correct FC 1964 engine to build. Still looking for an FC luggage rack.
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7 weeks ago
ccpinc
FYI - the same guy contacted me about the FC roof rack yesterday. Said he had one for sale. I asked for a photo and he sent me two sloppy photos of some generic modern-day roof rack. It was NOT a genuine FC roof rack exactly as I expected. I declined his offer but was surprised I actually got a response and photos.
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7 weeks ago
ccpinc
John G. thanks for posting. Al, did you own this Greenbrier at one time? I purchased it about 18 months ago from some dude in Tennesee. The last posting about the roof rack looks like spam to me
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8 weeks ago
ccpinc
Assembly manual! Thanks John. All parts found except for the roof rack. Still looking for one.
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8 weeks ago
ccpinc
Eric, After seeing my post last night a customer dropped in this morning and gave me two (2) "reducers" like you mention. I'm uncertain how these attach to the stock FC defroster vents. They do not slip fit or have any other attachment provisions. Maybe I'm still missing something? A short piece of hose between the vent and the reducer is the connector?
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2 months ago
ccpinc
Currently in the process of doing a concours restoration of my 1964 Greenbrier Deluxe. It's stripped down to the shell and it's to the sandblaster soon. Over the past year and a half I've been gathering parts in order to re-assemble it to showroom condition. Thanks to all of you who helped me find parts through my last request here. However, there are a few parts that I�
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1 year ago
ccpinc
Our kits are the highest quality, most complete and the lowest price of anyone. The other vendors buy the Viton cups from us. Rebuilding instructions are on our website with the carb kit listings.
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1 year ago
ccpinc
All the NOS gas heaters (in the giant Chevrolet box) I've seen were for cars. I've never seen an NOS FC version. I suppose one could have been ordered from the dealer back in the day. I'd settle for a good re-buildable unit if I can find one.
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1 year ago
ccpinc
Hello gang, I am currently doing a factory restoration of the 1964 Greenbrier deluxe I purchased back in April. I'm looking to get rid of the Direct Air Heater and install a gas heater. Hoping if I ask here I can find a FC gas heater assembly for sale. Please send me a PM if you have one available. Thanks, Jeff
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1 year ago
ccpinc
They look great Dave!
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1 year ago
ccpinc
We can supply cam specs with each new cam sold. The new billets are American-made (Michigan) and all the cam profiles are done by us exclusively. None have anything to do with Isky whatsoever.
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1 year ago
ccpinc
FC wheels have been found. Thanks again everyone!
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1 year ago
ccpinc
Thanks to everyone for the responses. Looks like I found the grille and headlight bezels. Still looking for three (3) stock FC wheels.
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1 year ago
ccpinc
Hey gang, I'm in need of a few NOS FC parts for my personal vehicle and I'm hoping someone here can help me find them. 1. Grillebar & Mesh Grille 2. Headlight Bezels (2) 3. 1964-65 Rear License Plate Light Lens (plastic) 4. Three (3) Used FC Stock Steel Wheels (suitable for powder coating) Thank you, Jeff Williams
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1 year ago
ccpinc
Custom 1963 Monza coupe. Body has been completely sandblasted and painted in a heavy primer. Has high quality, all-steel modifications to the body. Front body panel has trunk lock and emblems removed. Lower panel has smooth steel with inset turn signal cans. Front headlight openings are custom with stainless trim rings and custom headlights (included). Side emblems and front antenna hole removed,
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2 years ago
ccpinc
As someone who's been here since the days of the Corvair Center creator Dick Kaneshiro, I appreciate all you have done since that time Royce. What a huge responsibility. Hopefully the good folks at SDCC will find someone half as good as you! Jeff
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3 years ago
ccpinc
I know this is a non-Corvair subject, however, it is a Chevrolet subject. We have received a few original bumpers that came with some Corvairs we purchased. All are in fairly nice condition. Two look like 1970-72 Camaro front bumpers with bumper-aquiredettes. One pair look like they fit the 1969 Camaro. Can anyone help ID these for me? I'm looking to sell them. Thanks.
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3 years ago
ccpinc
Thanks Phil! We ditched UPS years ago. Poor service, claims refused and snarky union drivers. Federal Express is faster and less expensive and rarely do we ever have a damaged or lost package. USPS Prioritiy Mail is great too especially on dimensionally smaller orders. All of our international goes by USPS as well. BTW - the guy who ordered the flywheel wasn't from us. Jeff
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3 years ago
ccpinc
Looking for a complete set of the Chevrolet Accessory stainless steel rain deflectors (vent shades) for a 1960-64 sedan (4 door). I really just need the retainer clips but I'd buy an entire set as long as the mounting hardware is included. This is for my own Corvair. Thanks, Jeff
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3 years ago
ccpinc
Hey Phil! The owner's name is Barry. You can contact him directly at: (818) 439-1003 bmillion@mac.com
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3 years ago
ccpinc
I've been asked to post a link to the Kickstarter Campaign to help finance the restoration of the Silhouette II Space Coupe built by Bill Cushenberry in the 1960's. Here's the link: It's a really cool all-aluminum bodied vehicle with a bubble top and gull-wing style doors. It's powered by a 140HP Corvair engine with a Powerglide transmission. We built the d
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3 years ago
ccpinc
Just to be clear transport is the responsibilty of the buyer. For our additional charge of $85.00 we will build a pallet and prepare it for transport. We also have the equipment here to load it onto a truck.
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3 years ago
ccpinc
We have a very solid 1966 Monza convertible body available for $1200.00 It is an originally air conditioned car. Floors and lower windshield area are rust-free and original. There are two tiny rust spots in the passenger side lower door hinge area but nowhere else. The driver's rear quarter lower outer panel below the battery was replaced at some point with a patch panel. Includes the or
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3 years ago
ccpinc
Thanks guys for all the keen advice. I suspected the sale was a scam and you guys confirmed it for me. If it's too good to be true.... My search continues.
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3 years ago
ccpinc
Not interested in any 1961's due to the lack of any deluxe interior and the whole cable actuated choke thing. I found this 1962 Greenbrier Deluxe. It's up in Washington state. The owner claims he's out of the country and wants me to set up an account with a third party "handling" company named www.roosalka.com. I've never worked with this outfit before when
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3 years ago
ccpinc
I'd like to find a very nice unrestored original condition Greenbrier Deluxe van for my own personal vehicle. Prefer a Powerglide. Gas heater would be nice too. 1964-65 would be my first choice but would consider 1962-63 as well. No 1961's thanks. Finding a low-mile original van would be great. A western vehicle is preferred. No rusty vans or repaired rusty vans please.
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3 years ago
ccpinc
Dan, I'd be interested in buying just the drive end casting and fan for $30.00 Jeff
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4 years ago
ccpinc
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