Apple Red Exterior,
Black leather interior with slight tear,
Black Convertible Top
4 speed, 150 hp Spyder Turbo Motor,
New tires, 76,000 original miles,
My Uncle is looking for $9,500,
It's my 89 year old Uncle's Car and
pride and joy.
He lives in Williamsport, PA.
This Corvair Turbo is a Fun & Economical
Classic Convertible to Drive
"General Motors's decision to continue the car beyond 1965, but only until development and tooling costs were amortized, reflected the success of Ford's Mustang "ponycar," which overwhelmed Corvair in the sporty-car market the way Ford's Falcon had swamped it in the economy field. It was Mustang and not Nader that forced GM to rethink its ideas about bucket-seat sportsters, which eventually led to the Chevy Camaro as its proper Mustang-fighter. Of course, Corvair was more technically advanced than either Mustang or Camaro, which partly explains why it still inspires enthusiasm." (c) Howstuffworks
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