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Old 09-02-2010, 05:46 PM   #11
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I am guessing a early 60'* Corvair Monza or Spyder.
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Old 09-02-2010, 06:06 PM   #12
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I worked on a corvair.. the front end reminds me of a Corvair.. but just seems to stylish. LOL
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Oh, ok. You'll be seeing a lot of these little questions for, well, let'* just say a long time. Please be patient.
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I'm glad you decided to keep it! No scratches or tears, that'* excellent! Keep us updated, and I'll happily keep reading about all your fun times in your new old car!
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LOL!

Thanks for the tip on the MAF, I found out I could unplug it after I towed it home.... ha ha. Live and learn.

As for the other car. It'* my 1966 Corvair Corsa convertible 140, 4 carb engine with 4 speed. I also have a 64 Spyder coupe (first gen body style), which is currently on ebay.

Racking up the miles on the Bonneville. Loving it. I've never driven it so much as wifey always had it.
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The Spyder (factory turbo car) is a parts/project car.

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Pure, pure excellence!
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if u shaved that luggage rack of the trunk it would look like a muscle car.. I worked on a 1965 or 66 Corvair Turbo and got to experience it come to life. Pretty neat little cars
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those torque thrust style rims really change the personality of the car
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i have a 02 bonneville, when do you know you need balljoints, i replaced the struts and it still hit hard when i run over a bump and also it shakes very bad on the freeway around 60mph, i got the tires/wheels checked, what can this be?
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