Acquired by its current proprietor in 2016, this 1964 Chevrolet Corvair 900 Monza Club coupe has undergone extensive refurbishment, including the installation of a dual exhaust system and the replacement of the transmission gasket, oil pan, fuel pump, oil cooler seals, pushrod tubes, axle joints, shock absorbers, heater hoses, and exhaust manifolds. Propelled by a 164ci rear-mounted flat six-cylinder engine mated to a two-speed Powerglide automatic transaxle, it flaunts a red exterior paired with red vinyl interior trimmings. Additional features encompass a Delco radio, a heater, front bucket seats, chrome bumpers and trim, and 13″ red steel wheels adorned with polished hubcaps. This Corvair Monza coupe is now tendered by the seller on behalf of the owner, complete with a car cover, spare parts, and a clean Wisconsin title.

The Corvair, Fisher Body’s inaugural unibody model, is finished in a striking red hue. Its exterior accouterments include a louvered rear decklid, quad headlights, and chrome trim and bumpers. The gallery images captured in August 2023 highlight various paint imperfections.

The red 13″ steel wheels, outfitted with polished hubcaps, are shod with 205/60 BFGoodrich Radial T/A white-letter tires. The Corvair’s factory independent suspension system incorporates coil springs throughout and swing axles at the rear. Braking is managed by drum brakes at each corner. Maintenance under current ownership is reported to include the replacement of shock absorbers, axle joints, and stabilizer spring outer bushings.

The interior showcases red vinyl upholstery, complemented by a color-coordinated dashboard cover, door panels, and carpets. Interior amenities include a Delco radio, a heater, front bucket seats, lap belts, and clear plastic floormats.

A two-spoke steering wheel frames a horizontal 100-mph speedometer and a fuel level readout. The five-digit odometer displays 35k miles.

The rear-mounted, air-cooled 164ci flat-six engine is said to have been fitted with a replacement oil pan, fuel pump, oil cooler seals, heater hoses, pushrod tubes, and exhaust manifolds.

Power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a two-speed Powerglide automatic transaxle. A dual exhaust system has been installed, and the transaxle pan gasket is reported to have been replaced under current ownership.