1969 Chevrolet Corvair
Coupe Car for sale in Mukwonago, Wisconsin 53149-9366
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1969 Chevrolet Corvair $1,800
Project car for sale. This vehicle is number 5024 off of the assembly line for the last year of production, 1969, out of a total of 6000 Corvairs built at the end. This is a Monza coupe. Vehicle has actual 34,566 miles on it. AM radio, Powerglide trans, in beautiful original Yellow with Green interior. It does not run, but I put a battery in it and turn it over and get the oil pressure up a few times during the year. I purchased this car from the dealership I worked at in 1994. Traded in on a new Dodge Shadow. People that traded were original owners. The front crossmember had rotted out and split, so they had it parked in their garage for years. Vehicle is original except the original owners son painted the car once. I had plans to restore the car, since it had low miles. I never got around to it, and have 2 Studebakers to work on, so this has to go. I have extra parts for this car that go along with it when sold. I had purchased new door weatherstrips, window fuzzies, tail lamps, gaskets, door weatherstrips and a patch panel for the right front fender, that cost me $750.00 from Clarks Corvair parts in 1994. These parts a shown in the pics. I also have 2 extra doors, rear window, 95 HP powertrain, trunk lid, engine deck lid, and misc. parts that will go with it when sold.
I had some questions on the front cross member. I had to replace that before I brought the vehicle home. I had one I had rebuilt off of my 67 Corvair that is now in place on this vehicle. It was cleaned up, re-welded, and rebuilt with new springs, ball joints, tie rod ends, etc. So that is on this car right now, so its in nice shape. See the added pictures.
I also added a few pictures of the minor rust. There is on small hole in the front bottom of the right front fender. I have the patch panel for that from Clarks Corvair parts, along with all the other parts that I bought, weather strips, fuzzies, light lenses and new emblems for the front fenders which go with the car. In 1994, these parts cost $750.00. Don't know what it would cost now for these parts, except that they are more expensive.
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1969 Chevrolet Corvair Specifications
Classic Car ID100890164
Trim Body Style
Suspension4 wheel independent
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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