1968 Chevrolet Corvair Monza 2 door hard top - super fun lil car - Monza

1968 Chevrolet Corvair monza for sale in Spring Hill, Florida, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Spring Hill, Florida, United States
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvair
SubModel: monza
Type: Coupe
Trim: monza corvair
Year: 1968
Mileage: 71,230
VIN: 105378W107047
Color: primer multi colored
Fuel: gas
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: auto
Interior color: black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Chevrolet Corvair 1968

NO Reserve.. someone who bids will own this car ...

This is a two owner car - bidder will be the third owner !!! There is no reserve - winning bidder will purchase this car ...

Please review all photos for full description before bidding. Ask questions if you have any. Car at this time is not running, eys are believed to be locked in trunk....ugggh..but no promises. I am just going to say ....lost keys ....to be safe. Owner was in process over smoothing out trim (as he put it)??? To do away with chrome on car..it is all there but not on car anymore.

Tried to show all bad with good.

Will need front floor pans.

Buyer is responsible for pick up, e will make it easy for shipper, ons of help and muscle power to load.

winning bidder will have 2 weeks to pick up vehicle, torage can be arranged thereafter for a small fee.

Payment must be made in person or by bank transfer with in7 days of auction close.An immediatenon-refundable deposit of $150.00 must be made at end of Auction to secure purchase.

Some general information off of Wikipedia:

In 1968, he four-door hardtop was discontinued, eaving three models—the 500 and Monza Hardtop Coupes and the Monza Convertible. Air conditioning was dropped as an option, ue to concerns about thermal loading added by the now-standard Air Injection Reactor ("smog pump") which probably hurt sales as factory air became more popular generally in automobiles. The GM multiplex stereo system was also discontinued when new units changed wiring adapters; the Corvair's 9-pin connector would no longer fit the new units. Additional safety features, ncluding side marker lights, nd shoulder belts for closed models, ere fitted per the federal government's requirements. Steering wheel for 500s was the same as the base Nova's, hile Monzas got the same wheel as the Camaro. An Impala-style "Deluxe" steering wheel was optional.


Air Injection Reactor standard in all markets, 40hp (100kW) engine reintroduced as a regular production option, ptional All Weather Air Conditioning discontinued, ultiplex stereo option discontinued; fuel vapour return line and Ignition Key Warning buzzer new standard features. Front shoulder harnesses become standard after Jan 1, 968, ear shoulder harnesses are optional all models. Side marker lights (clear in front with amber bulbs, ed in rear) added to fenders on all models. New padding around central section of dash; thicker padding on top of dash, teering wheel spokes on Monzas now brushed aluminum (instead of chrome).

the Monza was once again the top of the Corvair line for 1967-69. Monzas usually came with bucket seats (although special bench seats were available in some years). Monzas always had carpets and special trim packages.

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