LM vs. EM Debate.

Anything Corvair related
Post Reply

LM vs. EM

LM's are best.
251
43%
EM's are best.
254
43%
My Dad can beat up your Dad.
80
14%
 
Total votes: 585

User avatar
bbodie52
Corvair of the Month
Corvair of the Month
Posts: 9709
Joined: Mon Aug 06, 2012 12:33 pm
Location: Lake Chatuge Hayesville, NC
Contact:

Re: LM vs. EM Debate.

Post by bbodie52 »

:goodpost:

Image


Image

Race-Bred: A Brief History Of The Chevrolet 409...
:link: http://www.roadkill.com/race-bred-brief ... t-409-409/




I guess the 1962-1963 Chevrolet is where the 1965-66 Corvair Corsa silver cove area came from...

Image

Image

EM Corvairs simply lacked the curves to support a Silver Cove!



Brad Bodie
Lake Chatuge, North Carolina
Image 1966 Corvair Corsa Convertible

User avatar
Deadwolf
Posts: 42
Joined: Thu Sep 24, 2020 3:26 am

Re: LM vs. EM Debate.

Post by Deadwolf »

bbodie52 wrote:
Mon Oct 19, 2020 8:41 am
:goodpost:

Image


Image


Actually, building a 409 for my 63 Convertible right now, or should I say 438 as it is actually a 348 that has been stroked and bored 30 over. Going with Aluminum heads and dual 4 barrels and all the stickers to make it look like a 409/425 hp engine to anybody that doesn't know how to read block numbers.

Dang I have too many irons in the fire!
1963 Impala SS convertible project
1963 Monza Spyder project
1963 Impala coupe Pro Street Project
1964 Monza Parts car
1963 Impala hard top sedan parts car

Post Reply

Return to “Corvair Talk”