One of the last Corvair convertibles built! This one and a coupe in the same color combination were ordered by a father and son on the day GM announced cessation of production of the Corvair (May, 1969.) Both cars were kept by the original owners until 2014 when a dealer acquired both. The coupe, which had 5,500 original miles, was purchased by a gentleman in Michigan. This one was purchased by a collector here in the St. Louis area when it had just 3,000 original miles. It now has 3,250! All original condition including the original wheels, hubcaps and tires which hold air just fine after 48 years.! The current owner chose to purchase a second set of wheels and tires for safety and collectibility reasons. The originals are stored in his basement. Everything works as intended except the radio. Comes with original sales invoice and shipping order. The spare tire which matches the four original stored road tires has never been on the ground and still shows the labeling on the tread.
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