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Chevrolet Corvair Monza GT : 1962

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n/a 6-cylinder n/a 1962 - 1962
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One of the highlights of the 1962 New York Auto Show was GM’s unveiling of the Corvair Monza GT concept car, featuring a fiberglass body, a large Plexiglass windshield, and an air-cooled 6-cylinder engine placed ahead of the rear axle.


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1962 Corvair Monza GT concept car.

(source: GM)


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chris2995 days ago

the image is damaged?

jay2986 days ago

how do u open the door

Cool2620 days ago

Wow great looking car!!!

Keith2128 days ago

It is clamshell is my guess: the whole doors/glass/roof part is one assembly that hinges forward

Robert2028 days ago

Here is a link to a picture that shows how to get into the car.

http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/pic/2408/Chevrolet-Corvair-Monza-GT-Concept_6.html

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