This 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza is a beautifully restored summer cruiser with a sporty look and fun feel. The Corvair was initially introduced in the fall of 1959 and was touted for some of its unique features. The introductury Corvairs were so popular that they won Motortrend’s Car of the Year in 1960.
The exterior chrome on this Corvair has a great look. The black vinyl convertible top is manually operated and is in fantastic shape. This 1964 Corvair sits on 4 whitewall radial tires with wire hubcaps that complete the exterior look of the car.
The introductury Corvairs were so popular that they won Motortrend’s Car of the Year in 1960. The first Corvair convertibles were introduced in 1962, replacing the unpopular station wagon models on Chevy’s assembly line. The Corvair Monza Convertibles were touted for their sporty looks and economical cost.