Not been on here or used my vair for over 2 years.
Moved home in late 2017 to somewhere I could build a garage/workshop. Finally after 8 years of only a car cover and British weather she finally has a roof over her head.
Time for some Tlc I think.
- Corvair of the Month
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- Joined: Mon Aug 06, 2012 12:33 pm
- Location: Lake Chatuge Hayesville, NC
Welcome Back! December 2017 was your last post. How have you been? You stated in December 2017 that you had not used your Corvair since April! It looks to be well maintained and happily encased in a very nice garage... is it running well? Please bring us up to date, and hopefully you will be able to post some pictures of your Corvair out and about on the road...roastbeef wrote:Hi. New to Covairs.
» Sat Nov 24, 2012 4:24 am
Very new to corvairs. Just imported one into the UK from california . Its a 1962 700 4dr which is very solid and fairly
original. Must be one of very few in the uk, i hope it can with stand our uk weather. Its was taken of the road in 2006 for some reason (engine related i think) and thats where it stood until august this year when it started its journey. Well i finally was able to pick it up from the docks last friday!
Hope you can help me get this cool car up and running for the summer
Lake Chatuge, North Carolina
1966 Corvair Corsa Convertible
Yes all good here thanks. Hopefully your all well in these difficult times. Been very busy moving and renovating an old house hence the vair has been neglected.
I have actually been using it as storage and even had an oven on front seat at one point. Saying that she has always been covered up and started every once in a while without fail. She just needs a good clean a few minor jobs and should b back on the road. Been furloughed from work so plenty of time at present.