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Phil Dally
Specialty class winner. Corventure's fabulous work. Ultravan 504..I think 504.
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2 days ago
owen
Phil has reduced the asking price to $11,000
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12 days ago
owen
UltraVans did not come with transmission temperature gage. My 1969 has a regular steel Powerglide pan, though I'd like to replace with finned aluminum as some have done. FWIW, most UltraVans did not even come with a transmission cooler, though there does seem to be a standardized installation on some of the later coaches (maybe an option?).
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13 days ago
SteveInMarietta
The Concours d’Elegance is certainly one of the highlights of the annual convention. Here, the finest and most prestigious Corvairs compete for points within different classes - the name is the French phrase for "competition of elegance". The vehicles are thoroughly inspected and judged based upon paint and bodywork, trim and trunk or cargo area, wheels, tires and glass, undercarriage, engine,
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14 days ago
Timothy Shortle
I think ALL the PG pans are the same. 60-69, FC, EM, LM. It's the ultra vans I am not sure about. Did they come with a trans fluid temp. gauge?
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27 days ago
VIXVAIRS
I'm not interested in buying but I have always wondered why sellers leave so much junk and tools in a vehicle they are trying to sell. I always clean up inside and out whether it is a driver or better. Sorry, not looking to start a fight, I just guess I'm a neatness freak.
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27 days ago
JimBrandberg
It looks like a really good deal for the price. I'm glad it's not near me so I'm not tempted. If you ever wanted to learn about auto mechanics and home repair... Jim Brandberg Isanti, MN CorvairRepair.com
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27 days ago
JimBrandberg
One of the last ones with the V-8 and all, it certainly looks like a good candidate to save, although it would take some commitment and enthusiasm. It's mainly intact which helps a lot. Jim Brandberg Isanti, MN CorvairRepair.com
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28 days ago
gwydionjhr
Posted some pics on my Instagram. Lates Earlies FCs Ultravans Fun With Fisheye
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28 days ago
owen
Newer ad: https://westernmass.craigslist.org/rvs/d/1970-ultra-van-camper-number/6586537474.html or here: http://www.corvair.org/chapters/ultravan/used/used526b.html (not mine)
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28 days ago
owen
forsale http://www.corvair.org/chapters/ultravan/used/used449.html (not mine)
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28 days ago
owen
http://www.corvair.org/chapters/ultravan/used/used409a.html (not mine)
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4 weeks ago
Allan Lacki
Quicky Report on the Museum Grand Opening. The Grand Opening of the new Corvair Museum on Saturday May 19 was a big success! A huge number of Corvair enthusiasts were there to commemorate this wonderful event. CPF/CORSA President Mike Hall was the master of ceremonies and Pam Cole cut the red ribbon to commemorate the event. Pam's dad Cecil Cole hand-assembled the first production prot
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5 weeks ago
MattNall
Thanks!!
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5 weeks ago
Whale460
Here's the article. I consider this to be quite an honor to the UltraVan as well as the Corvair, and those of us who love 'em. ~Chuck.
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5 weeks ago
owen
That was the ACTUAL price of the very first custom built UltraVan that was ever sold (#103). List prices from the factory were lower though. Here are the published list prices that I could find: UltraVan: $6995 (1964 flyer) $8450 (early 1966 ads) $8950 (late 1966 and 1967 ads) $9450 (1968 ads) $8995 (1969 ads) $9150 (1969 May 22 letter from Knipe) V8 UltraVan: $10,950 (1969 ads)
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6 weeks ago
TexasAg77
First article I read when mine came to my mailbox...
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6 weeks ago
Whale460
I finally found the Motorhome magazine at Barnes and Noble. It's a nice article, featured as the "Chevrolet Corvair Ultra Van" I will post it here later today.
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6 weeks ago
croderique
Interesting. Thanks. It says the original Ultra Van sales price in 1962 was $9,500. In today's $ based on inflation that would calculate to over $78,000. Quite expensive back then. The base price of a Corvette in 1962 was $4,038 plus options ($33,000 in today's $) .The 1962 Corvair was about $2,500, ($20,500 in today's $) Chuck
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6 weeks ago
MattNall
Download a PDF of the History!
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6 weeks ago
WalterElias
Super great price and very straight from the pics. Needs a lot of TLC but you could do a lot worse for a lot more money.
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6 weeks ago
MattNall
6 weeks ago
MattNall
Seller is doing a good job of advertising... CL Barnfinds.. FB
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6 weeks ago
Nick_Soapdish
Van that is ultra. Found on barnfinds. Figured someone here might like to know about it. Let's hope it ends up with someone who will keep it alive.
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6 weeks ago
Whale460
The June edition of Motorhome magazine has a nice 3 page article on the "Corvair UltraVan- a Whale of a Motorhome". Very informative and lots of pictures. If you don't get the magazine, it will be in the next "Whales on Wheels"
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6 weeks ago
roo6363
Sale is pending ! thank you
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