614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Mesa , Arizona
It's hard not to consider a 1962 Chevrolet Corvair Monza like this. After all, it's affordable vintage droptop fun that's always a conversation piece.
A Corvair knows how to turn heads with its very European-like package mixed with American flair. And it only gets better on a convertible finished in its all-American and factory-correct red. We have a long list of itemized receipts that show plenty of care and investment in this classic over the last few years. That's why there's a nice shine on the paint, the bumpers have a mirror-like finish, and all the trim is complete. It all gives the impression of a nice value at this affordable price.
The white top is newer and so it looks nice against the red paint. And if you like that color combo, then you'll really love the look with the roof off. This was converted to a white interior later in life, and so the button-top presentation on the seats and door panels have a nice crispness. Even the steering wheel and custom dash cubby are finished in white to have a very well-coordinated total appearance. And you'll love cleaver factory details like the fingertip controls for the automatic transmission. Plus, you have an upgrade to a retrosound digital receiver that has the cool vintage look, but it provides you with a great way to have modern tunes while you enjoy top-down motoring.
In the rear is a quite tidy and correct engine bay with a nice secret. This is a 164 cubic-inch aluminum flat-six a larger motor borrowed from a later Corvair. With no need for a long driveshaft and maximizing the weight over the rear wheels (engine, battery, and spare tire) it has a true traction advantage. So, maximized for utility and only weighing about 2,700 pounds makes this Corvair Monza plenty zippy.
Complete with owner's manual and build receipts, this is a great way to get vintage droptop fun without breaking the bank. Call today!!!