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65 and up Corvair?
And possibly a real Yenko Stinger.
The rarest Stinger of all:https://journal.classiccars.com/2020/03/27/one-off-yenko-would-you-drive-it/
grinch?I had a 63 Spyder way back when. Yeah, chrome turbo, convertible, 4 speed, red/white.
My uncle had a black Spyder. Same print out on the options-loaded.But it was still a Corvair.
How long did it take you to find all the gears? Mine had a pudding stick for a shifter.
First "real" car I ever drove was a '63 Corvair Monza. "Road tested" it after minor service in auto shop class. Lucky to dodge GTA charge. '68-'69 Corsa was a temptation but the reality of cost-of-living for this Tip 'n Ring telephone man said no. Often thought Corvair trunks would make a decent mobile ice chest.
My mom had a Corvair Monza convertible, light blue/black. Shift lever was a toggle on the dash. A very neat car.
That sums it up nicely.
Ken block. It’s a modified mustang.CIII
Owned 2, a 65 and a 68. Still miss the maddening little devils