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Old 05-10-2021, 01:04 AM
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Wow. Three pedals and FACTORY A/C.

Yes, it needs resto. They didn't even air up the tires.

But what do you expect for a measly $1,000.

Located in Midland, TX. Don't expect it to last long.

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Old 05-10-2021, 01:19 AM
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I would think the factory AC would be worth that.............Annnnd everytime I go outside my wheelhouse and think something like that I end up proven to be a idiot.
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Old 05-10-2021, 04:48 AM
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A Corsa with a 3 speed and factory air? Probably a 1 of 1. I was really not even aware that Corvairs were available with factory air
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That is a super rare car. There were only 153 1966 Corsas with factory A/C. If it still has the correct coded RR block, the block is worth the $1000
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Looks like it had a color change from maroon to light blue.

No interior pics.

Other than that, looks to be pretty much unmolested and complete.

Would expect mice damage.
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Thanks for posting the pics. The ad is gone.
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6, or so, years ago, I had 2 Corvairs. Both '66, 1 Monza 110 and a Corsa, both 4 speeds and convertibles, so they had air conditioning of a sort...
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