JamesB

Corvair parts

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I have a Corvair parts catalog, the parts numbers are either 6 or 7 digits.

Nothing unique, as far as I can tell, except that they seem to follow the general Chevy tupe numbering for that era.

Here is a great source for Corvair information:

http://www.corvaircenter.com/

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Do you see any differences between the part numbers for the early Corvairs when compared to the later Corvairs? Look at the leading digits ...

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first gen C _____ second gen CX _____ ? Is that it? :huh:

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Do you see any differences between the part numbers for the early Corvairs when compared to the later Corvairs?

Look at the leading digits ...

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Not really!


Are you talking about the 37 and 38 prefixes?

To Sixty8panther, GM only uses numeric parts numbers, as low as 5 digits to a maximum of 8 digits.

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