American Classic Cars
2282 Arrow Hwy
La Verne, CA
La Verne, CA
1961 CHEVROLET CORVAIR GREENBRIER C-754 This 1961 Chevrolet Corvair Greenbrier is a RARE EIGHT-DOOR passenger van which was owned by a dairy farmer in Kuna, Idaho, who had reportedly owned it since 1968 before parking it a decade later. The last owner completed a three-year refurbishment included a repaint in turquoise and white, installation of new glass, suspension and steering work, and an overhaul of its rear-mounted 2,375cc flat-six. The van features a gray fabric interior with three rows of bench seats as well as a four-speed manual transaxle and Corvette wheel covers. The body has been repainted in Tampico Turquoise with a Cameo White center section, grille, and bumpers. A new windshield and window seals were fitted, and round mirrors are mounted to both front doors. The van features ambulance-style doors in the rear as well as on both the sides for access to the rear seats. Steel wheels are painted to match the body, fitted with full-face hubcaps from a period Corvette, and wrapped with Hankook whitewall tires. A spare is mounted in the cargo area. The interior features seating for up to nine passengers on three bench seats upholstered in factory-style gray vinyl and checkered cloth. Black rubber mats protect the green-painted floors, and the engine is located under the rear cargo area. A stock steering wheel rests in front of a steel dash. The five-digit odometer was replaced to reflect 0 miles during the restoration and reportedly now shows approximately 363 miles, with actual chassis mileage unknown. A cassette player with an auxiliary input is mounted below the dash, and a lighter and passenger-side sun visor were installed during the refurbishment. The 2,375cc flat-six has new piston rings, rod bearings, lifters, and seals as well as rebuilt carburetors. Power is sent through a floor-shifted four-speed manual transmission, and a new flywheel, throwout bearing, pressure plate, and clutch were also installed. The starter, generator, and fuel pump have also been replaced. The brake linings, wheel bearings, and shocks were replaced, as well as the addition of a rear sway bar. The rear axle ratio has been changed from 3.89:1 to 3.55:1. ***If you are viewing this on Facebook Marketplace, be sure go to our website to view all photos. (www.amclassiccars.com)*** GIVE US A CALL @ 909-596-5700 WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE. OUR BUSINESS HOURS: MONDAY-FRIDAY 9AM-5PM
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