Survivor Series: 1967 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Hardtop with Factory 8-Track Player

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This ’67 Corvair Monza spotted at the Orphan Car Show is special a number of ways, besides the fact that the 2nd gen Corvair is one of the most attractive cars ever designed, period. To begin with, it’s in all original condition. It started out its life in the collection of a Chevrolet dealer who must have ordered it for himself because he never titled it, holding it for 21 years on a dealer MSO (manufacturer’s statement of origin). It’s as loaded as Corvair could be in 1967, with just about every option and feature that you could order, including a white roof, a four speed manual transmission (a 3 speed was standard, the four on the floor and dash panel shifted Powerglide automatic were options) factory installed air conditioning and an even rarer factory installed eight track tape player.

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