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Satty

'65 Corvair

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1965 Corvair Convertible

Uggg....if I had room and time and the possibility of moving to a loft closer to everything weren't hanging over my head, I'd buy it and make it daily drivable. Stupid Craigslist, showing me things I want but cant put on my plate right now.

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it's beat, but looks like it's in fair condition body wise

corvair was on "101 cars you must drive".

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Yeah, it looks really rough, and apparently looks worse in person, but it might be a good start for a restoration project.

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Over the past four months I've seriously considered buying

THREE different 2nd gen. Corvair hardtops. There's many

tempting examples out there.

Stupid Craigslist, showing me things I want but cant put on my plate right now.

You're preaching to the Choir. :spin:

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I wouldnt mind a second generation Corvair. Although the first generation Greenbrier van is cool.

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well satty, why didn't you tell me? My dad just traded his sweet great condition pristine 66 a couple weeks ago. fully functional. drives great all of that.

he paid 3k last fall and essentially got 5k back for it when he traded it a couple weeks ago. made a killing.

He said he got rid of it because mom didn't want to ride in it. she didn't like it sitting so low and open....maybe she's a crossover fan...LOL

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He said he got rid of it because mom didn't want to ride in it. she didn't like it sitting so low and open....maybe she's a crossover fan...LOL

Buy a used International-based Brinks truck. :rolleyes:

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Buy a used International-based Brinks truck. :rolleyes:

Do you have any idea how freaking cool that would be?

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I'm not knocking it... BOF-big-cube-(V8) or diesel power with

RWD can't be wrong, esp. with a nearly indestructible shell!

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I happen to know where a rust free '64 can be found. :AH-HA_wink:

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I'd rather have a 1961-1964 than the 1967 Continental.

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I'm not picky on Continentals. Suicide doors and the general pimp-image are all I'd need.

But I've moved past that because I found this 1958 Jeep. I emailed the guy for more pics and info. Depending on what he says, I'll have to decide if its worth sleeping in the living room for the next 6 weeks (if I'm lucky).

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