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10 months ago
caroseiii
Steak knife extra.
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10 months ago
caroseiii
Inside baseball for Corvairs that do barrel rolls. Crawford
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10 months ago
caroseiii
For sale is a William Wynne 2202 oil pickup. $40 plus shipping via USPS. Crawford
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10 months ago
caroseiii
I’m not sure any 62 spyders were built in March either. 03C is a month early as I recall the option was released in April.
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10 months ago
caroseiii
I have two 62 spyders. The regulators are straight. That’s a 64 standard to have the angle bracket. I made one for my 62 because it is practical. The plate looks bad and it’s probably a clone but the 62 spyders don’t fetch a premium as a rare Corvair so if it has spyder equipment, that’s the value in the car.
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10 months ago
caroseiii
You have to carefully read the parts and accessories catalog. Crawford
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10 months ago
caroseiii
Yes, different motors and short transmission arm between 61 and 62. In fact, the motors are different for 1960-61 (single speed), 61 (2-speed), 62 (one and two speed), 63-69. Crawford
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10 months ago
caroseiii
I remove the connector and tape the harness weaving it to the old harness and pull it through. An alternative is loosening the four large body bolts and lowering the crossmember slightly. This is not easy unless you support the power pack. Crawford
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10 months ago
caroseiii
Short answer is maybe depending on your fabrication skills.
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10 months ago
caroseiii
1965 and 1966 have different lock cylinders. One is 1/2 circle and second is flat bar. I saw it for myself today. Pins are the same. You may as well convert because 1965 is unobtainable. If you want to consider used, that is probably your only option. Crawford
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10 months ago
caroseiii
Ray sells a spanner with two pins to tighten and loosen the bearing cartridge. Crawford
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11 months ago
caroseiii
Yes, only Corvair builders have the spare parts. CrawfordRose
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11 months ago
caroseiii
Clark sells the rubber bushings will the steel washer bonded to it, like the original ones. Crawford
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11 months ago
caroseiii
Brushed chrome is stock for 1963-64. No one sells a restoration. Crawford
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11 months ago
caroseiii
Post a photo. There are a few different kinds. Crawford
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11 months ago
caroseiii
Mark, you wrote, "Mods on my 150 include rebuilt B flow exhaust/F flow compressor, rebuilt stock LM carb". Essentially, this is an 180 build. If you have an 180 impeller and later carb, you should have the same power potential as the late model. The only difference is the reduced cylinder volume resulting from having less stroke. The earlier car could be faster than a 64-66 vehic
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11 months ago
caroseiii
I will tell Gerg to post an update!
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11 months ago
caroseiii
I am by no means the expert; these parts are very difficult to install in new condition and extremely difficult when parts are used, bent and modified. I’d say the assembly is not a critical component unless you want the stock look. Crawford
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11 months ago
caroseiii
There is still local club interest in another run of these pans, Jerry! Crawford
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11 months ago
caroseiii
I like chunk because it’s heavy and unwieldly.
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11 months ago
caroseiii
Hoard those old Canadian halogen bulbs! Seriously, the T-3s are good. The problem is they can lose vacuum suddenly and burn up. Crawford
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12 months ago
caroseiii
Shipping prices have gone up a lot.
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12 months ago
caroseiii
Coupe quarter and rear panel are sold! Thanks Corvair Center! Still have the nos 60 front panel, an nos 60 rear inner panel, and an nos late 68-69 left front fender available. Also, have a used 64 hood. Crawford
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12 months ago
caroseiii
Vitour is a nice Chinese tire available in 15”. Crawford
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12 months ago
caroseiii
I bought a similar car for about $1200. It cost $800 in labor to install the battery box and lower left quarter panel. You can price those parts from Clarks. It’s $1500 to get started. I’d say $10,000 to get this one on the road if you don’t have turbo engine stuff on the shelf or club support. Crawford
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1 year ago
caroseiii
See this earlier post with some photos, Jerry:
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1 year ago
caroseiii
Sold! Thanks Corvair Center! Diff chunk is the internal case with side and pinion gears to which the ring gear is bolted. Crawford
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1 year ago
caroseiii
It’s extensive and costly to do everything at once. You can do it in stages over time. Control arms here, differential there, etc. ad you do repairs and rebuild things. It’s easier to start off with a car with those options. Most 62s do not have front sway bars but it’s a straightforward swap to add a 64 front suspension. Crawford
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1 year ago
caroseiii
I have a ring and pinion set from a 64 diff with excellent splines in the pinion shaft. Gears are in good shape and have been ultrasonically cleaned. $150 shipped in Flat rate box. Will include the diff chunk for another $30. Crawford
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1 year ago
caroseiii
Yes they are designed that way! Notice how deep the seat pocket is in the floor! Crawford
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