Lot 938- 1964 Corvair Monza Spyder Convertible


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1964 CORVAIR MONZA 900 SPYDER CONVERTIBLE

EXTERIOR  RED

INTERIOR  RED & WHITE

 This car was a barn find and had spent 37 years in an enclosed storage building.  The body is sound and the car has been completely rebuilt.  I bought the vehicle for a hobby project with the intent of doing all the rebuild work myself.  Two years into the project, I came down with Osteoarthritis and was unable to finish the mechanical work myself.  The mechanical work was contracted out to different vendors.  The following items have been replaced or completely rebuilt: new top, new boot, new side panels, new door panels, new seats, new carpet, new padded dash panel, new tires, new battery brakes overhauled (new brake shoes, new brake hoses, new master cylinder, cylinders honed, lines flushed), fuel system flushed (new sending unit, new fuel pump, new fuel filter), carburetor overhauled, rebuilt turbo charger, new muffler, new tail pipe, engine completely rebuilt (new main bearings, new rod bearings, new pistons & rings, new camshaft, new lifters, new valves, new fan bearing), rebuilt transmission (new mounts, shift rod bushing), new seals and gaskets in differential. It has the original radio (non-working) and has red paint adequate for a Sunday driver but should be repainted to bring home the brass as a show car.  I have over $23,000 invested in this but have no use for it at this stage of my life and would like to find it a new home.