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22 days ago
billh1963
isucorvair Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > joelsplace Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > Whose car was it? Price? Where do they live? > > > Chicago area car I believe, $8k price, if I recall correctly. If someone knows something about the car I would love to find out more! I'm interested!!
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22 days ago
billh1963
This may be a sign that the Corvair market is rising. When Porsche prices started rising a few years ago the forums were flooded with WTB ads. Unfortunately, many were from flippers with deceptive descriptions such as "looking for father son project", "private collector", etc. Some owners sold for a prices lower than they could have thinking they were helping someone g
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4 weeks ago
billh1963
Go for it. If the price is right it's usually cheaper to buy an existing building rather than build. Here's my 10,000 sq ft building.
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2 months ago
billh1963
I did a search but didn't see this listed. Is this being done by someone on here? It's a video series of restoration on a 1961 Coupe. I have no connection with anyone involved in the series. Just thought some might find it interesting. Here are all the videos posted so far........
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2 months ago
billh1963
1968 sold for $900 plus 10% buyer's premium. 1965 Sold for $2750 plus premium. I was really tempted to bid and watched them to the end. Unfortunately, once I factored in shipping from OK and the unknowns (rust, engine condition, etc.) cooler heads prevailed ;)
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2 months ago
billh1963
I’m curious why you are testing? Are you having trouble starting the car? If so, maybe it’s the starter. From my admittedly VERY limited Corvair experience these motors don’t take a lot of energy to spin them.
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2 months ago
billh1963
Phil Dally Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This POS is accepted but our club presidents gorgeous 1960 sedan is rejected. > > WHATEVER!!! > > They also rejected SoloCP's beautiful Lakewood station wagon...I don't get it. I think it’s the “no reserve” that gets them excited. They know they will get their money.
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2 months ago
billh1963
The number of auctions is higher than ever....currently at 240 For a long time they kept them under 200 I don’t know if the Hemmings auction site (coming very soon) has them worried or if they are just getting greedy. I think they run the risk of saturation.
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6 months ago
billh1963
Driving Corsa clone
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6 months ago
billh1963
driving the 64 Spyder
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3 months ago
billh1963
corvairproject Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The automotive classifieds have become more fragmented and Craigslist is shooting themselves in the foot with these recent changes. The number of postings seems to be increasing every day. People may be getting used to the idea of paying to list their cars. Time will tell
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3 months ago
billh1963
MattNall Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > billh1963 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > My only wish would be a separate classifieds > section for vehicles and parts.... > > =============================================== > > We have that now. One of the stickies. " Parts > S
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3 months ago
billh1963
My only wish would be a separate classifieds section for vehicles and parts....
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3 months ago
billh1963
Thank you, Ken, for responding. The seat springs link is not working, btw.
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3 months ago
billh1963
Some of the springs had been welded before. However, they are broken...again. The upholstery guy has an old Chevelle seat he can cannibalize. But, I need to replace what he uses.
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3 months ago
billh1963
I'm having the foam replaced on the 64 Monza (Bahama Green) front seats and some of the springs are broken. I don't see that Clarks sells any spring kits. OPGI sells what appears be complete a complete seat of springs for the seat bottoms for $100 per seat OPGI Link Looks like I can buy individual springs for way too much money. Any other options short of buying a parts
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3 months ago
billh1963
Maybe the owner of the forum is really "happyleila"...the clicks generate revenue :D
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3 months ago
billh1963
I'm interested. I have wire wheel covers on my car now. But, I think I might like the spyder wheel covers. What's the price?
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3 months ago
billh1963
I've heard many U-ship haulers are using this site now. I haven't tried them. However, when I sold my '86 Porsche 911 Cabriolet a couple months ago the guy who picked the car up for the new owner said he only uses this site to look for loads Central Dispatch
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3 months ago
billh1963
Johnnya101 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Buy it and run! ggg > > Seems like a steal (Or at least a very good price) > to me, assuming it is in decent driving condition > with no or little bondo and straight panels. Maybe > if you are feeling daring, offer $5k. Fuel pump > connection could be a sign that the guy is/was a > hacker
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4 months ago
billh1963
azdave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Other thread about it where vwjunkie said they > bought it. > > Yep...I started that last thread as well. Back on the market! I'll give him what he paid for it. I could use it on the farm :)
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4 months ago
billh1963
Not mine but someone might enjoy it.... Invader From what I’ve been told this is the only corvair powered machine that was ever built. Company was called rimco out of California. Was built and marketed at a all terrain vehicle for movies and etc. I have all the documentation on this machine and etc. Tires are old,some good,some bad. Motor won’t turn over..I believe time took its tol
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4 months ago
billh1963
$75k wouldn’t be bad. $200k is a lot of money and opens the door to a lot of other car options :)
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4 months ago
billh1963
What is the current price range on Stingers these days?
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4 months ago
billh1963
Thank you for the instructions
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4 months ago
billh1963
Anyone have instructions on how to embed YouTube videos on this forum? I don’t get any returns with a search
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4 months ago
billh1963
Yeah....but, like I mentioned, I share it. Still, I can't complain. :)
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4 months ago
billh1963
I share this warehouse with a friend. I've been bringing over a few cars this week. My biggest fear is that I buy more stuff to fill it...lol
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4 months ago
billh1963
Just started moving my cars and stuff to a new place. It's great having room to spread out! I've been selling off other cars that have either gotten too expensive to enjoy or too expensive to repair. Corvairs are still affordable and are great fun to drive. My youngest son helped me drive a few cars over today. I let him drive the 64 Spyder. I think he was surprised by how much he en
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