66 Corsa coupe
In the uk I have never seen another and go regularly to shows , my friends say "awesome looking car!" Followed by "what is it!!!!!"
It's great to to be different, I prefer to lead not follow the masses!!!
The only modification I could ever see is maybe a porche engine in the rear !
1962 Monza, 102 HP, 4-speed White-Red Interior
The convertible was a pretty good deal (even back then) at $275 and at first it was thought to be just a parts car. Ended up being MY $275 project pretty much right away, and never looked back. Sure would like to see it running around town again. Been awhile.
Now I'm sitting on his second, a '65 Turbo. Want to fix it up and play with it a bit before selling it on, but it's hard to let go of.
He would have been 95 this year and definitely set the tone when he brought home the '64 with many of the Fitch Sprint goodies he picked up from the dealer the same day. He daily drove and autocrossed that one for about 20 years before picking up the '65 and from then on was never able to decide which one was more fun. All I know is I spent many a fun trip in the right seat of that '64, and then many a good time in my '66.
The '65 has never been as good on the road as the '66 was (pretty sure it's not just a memory thing too) so it's probably now my life's mission to find out why.
Sounds like more fun in the offing!
But when i was in High School I wanted a Fiat Spider. They looked good and they were cheap. I guess they were trouble, I don't know.
But my dad also said Pinto's were good cars and said he got rich fixing the gas tank deal