VOTE - Corvair of the Month February 2017

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Welcome to the Online People's Choice Corvair Show - Corvair of the Month.

To enter your vehicle, Reply to the current Corvair of the Month thread, include at least one high quality photo and some info on your entry (year, model, specs, etc). Each show will be limited to the first ten vehicles posted for that month. The voting will begin as soon as ten vehicles are entered or on the 1st of the month, whichever comes first. Please only post vehicles you own and only one per month. Vehicles must be Corvair or Corvair powered. If you win, please do not post the same vehicle in another month during that calendar year. If you won in a previous year you may enter again. The shows will run each month from January through September. In October we will run the "Corvair of the Year" contests. One for all vehicles 1960-1964 and a second for all 1965-1969 vehicles. In November we will have available a Calendar of all of the winners. Please note that by posting pictures in this forum you give and it's owners the right to use your picture(s) in the calender and website. In order to Vote for your favorite Corvair you will have to have posted at least three times in any forum. In the event of a tie, the vehicle entered first will be the winner.
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Vote for Corvair of the Month February 2017

Poll ended at Tue Feb 28, 2017 11:00 pm

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VOTE - Corvair of the Month February 2017

Unread post by Scott Howey » Sun Jan 01, 2017 10:58 am


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Re: ENTER - Corvair of the Month February 2017

Unread post by n8rwaswrong » Wed Jan 04, 2017 3:12 pm

Below is my 1963 Corvair Monza 900. This little Corvair has been all over the united states with the original owner as he worked in the Air Force. The gentleman retired in Idaho and I now own it. The engine was rebuilt by Moffitt Bratton racing in Boise, Idaho and the interior has been redone. Other than those few things it is almost original. Thanks for voting!

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Re: ENTER - Corvair of the Month February 2017

Unread post by SteveH » Wed Jan 04, 2017 5:06 pm

Beautiful early!!! Glad to see someone else entering!

Here is my 1965 "Corsamatic" It is a Corsa with 140 4-Carb engine mated to a PG trans!

Bought this last year, rebuilt the left two carbs and replaced the starter to get her home from Travis AFB. The car is registered as a 1965 but every detail makes it look like a 66

The Corsa dash was slotted to accept the PG Auto shifter but left stripped and "chrome" so that I almost blinded myself on the way home... it is now painted properly. Then I upgraded to LED dash lights

I replaced the rear taillights to be 65 style.

Painted on the Yenko Stripe with the help of my daughter.

Added the chin Spoiler

My Wife was kind enough to gift me a set of Crager SS 15x7's and a set of 205/60R15's for my birthday in November!!!!

Chopped one coil off the front springs dropping the nose 1.25" over the Christmas Holiday

Latest upgrade is that I made a center console with front and rear drink holders.

Next upgrade in process is I am making a TinTail for her.
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Re: ENTER - Corvair of the Month February 2017

Unread post by vintageracer » Sat Jan 07, 2017 9:32 am

1966 Corvair Monza 4 Door Hardtop 4 Speed with Factory Air Conditioning and Fold Down Rear Seat.

As found and purchased by me. Good solid car that has been in our area for years. Starts, runs and drives. Needs the obvious paint, interior and 3 small rust spots repaired.

All the calendar cars can't be pretty and shiny!

Remember "Drive Fast, Turn Heads, Break Hearts"!

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Re: ENTER - Corvair of the Month February 2017

Unread post by CorvairJer » Mon Jan 16, 2017 5:30 pm

It took 2 1/2 years and thanks to my friends Jimmy and Rod with some help from me its done. Purchased it in Kentucky, I just wanted a driver. I had not had a Corvair since the seventies. Well it turned into a total restoration. Rod built the motor a 140 with a Isky 270 cam and headers, it sounds great. Jimmy did all the body work and painted the car. It had very little rust. Every nut, bolt, gasket and bushing has been replaced along with chrome, tranny, front end and interior. I finished it off with 15 inch torque thrust rims and BF Goodrich radial T/A tires, 205/60s on front and 225/60s on rear. So lucky that we have great vendors from the west to the east coast, I used a lot of them. I have not had the courage to add up the invoices and probably never will. Should also thank my wife for putting up with car parts everywhere.

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Re: ENTER - Corvair of the Month February 2017

Unread post by bubba931 » Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:39 pm

1965 Corvair Monza 140 HP with PG transmission.

It has the original interior and it came with an AM/FM radio.

I purchased this beauty last summer and the only thing I have done to it is add the accent pinstripes.

I runs and drives great. I'm just waiting for spring to roll around so I can get it back on the road.
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Re: VOTE - Corvair of the Month February 2017

Unread post by n8rwaswrong » Sat Mar 11, 2017 12:06 am

Thank you to everyone for your support! I think we all know how aesthetically pleasing all Corvairs are. I am proud to be a part of this wide community of support and advice for all generations of Corvairs.

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