1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza body fabricated on a 1989 Chevy S10 frame. Garaged kept and driven occassionally until sold. Now front engine V8 5 speed stick. Brand new GM Goodwrench 350 4 barrel just installed. Mounted to a newer 5 speed from a Chevy S10 Xtreme. Hydraulic clutch. New clutch pad installed about a year ago. Runs more like a Corvette than a Corvair. Awesome build with antique plate. Blue velour inside. Front suspension completely rebuilt. Blue metalflake paint. True dual 2.5 stainless exhaust with cutouts. Quiet or loud at the push/pull of a switch. Full gauges. Fuel gauge hooked up. Rest are digital aftermarket gauges in the center console. Original speedometer just for show. Aftermarket digital speedometer works in center console. All lights, horn, signals, wipers, everything works. Completely rewired by me with modern fusebox. 14 inch rims/tires on currently with trim rings welded to the 13 inch hubcaps to make it appear more stock. Build sheet included. Runs great. Minor rust spots starting on it, but very easy fixes. Any questions, please ask before buying or offering. Battery and gas tank in trunk. Fender tank door just for show, but not functional. Modified S10 tank above rearend housing between rear seat and trunk. Paint job is good amateur but not professional. Bodywork is minimal. Vents for front radiator are cut below the front emblem and behind the front bumper. Original radio still in dash for show. Don't know if it works, never tried. Build sheet included.
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