She Knew !
At my HS it was my Spanish teacher and her MG midget
1965 Monza 3.1
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- Corvair of the Month
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- Location: Westminster, MD
As you can see in the picture above, Early Models emit radiation and it is causing the man in back to keel over. His only defense is to dream of Late Model Trunk Lids to shield himself. Can you see the LM Trunk lid above his head? He will be fine in no time!Scott Howey wrote:We went and picked up my Dad's Corvair today. It's a 64 Monza with some Spyder add-ons. It has a 110/4spd.
LM to the rescue.
I'm not sure what the purple line is? Extreme radiation?
"Ummm, no - Men are superior - but this debate is EM vs LM"
is a noooo go!!!! silly man!
and second off i really love my 63' i think she is beautiful, then i saw scott's car and got to drove it and loved his too so both my hat goes off to both!
and my dad would totally whip ur dad!
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- Location: Port Royal SC/ Camp Salerno Afghanistan
Scott Howey wrote:You can vote for both. (even if you don't have the room for them ;) )b-vair wrote:Where's the "Meh...If I had the space I'd have both" choice? :)
Early Convert, Late Coupe......
Port Royal SC
Camp Salerno Afghanistan
So nowadays I like both flavors, and I intend to maintain at least one of each in my "stable" at all times! My driver is a 66' Corsa 140 coupe, I intend to build myself a Spyder coupe within the next year or two. The plan is to keep those two cars long term.. but at 30 years old the longest I've ever kept a car is about 3.5 years so I don't know how likely it is I'll actually stick with those two rather than trade them out every couple years (kinda like my women, except I can't keep getting "newer" model Corvairs! =P).
66 Corsa 140 coupe
65 Corsa 180 Turbocharged coupe
64 Monza Convertible
61 Air conditioned Monza coupe (Missy's)
See them here: https://tinyurl.com/ydc7txrf