The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by dons t, Jun 19, 2007.
Not running but all there. Motor is free. Rust in floorboards.
The chrome w
Wheels are Wheel Vintique and have 10 holes - Ford or Chevy . I think I bought them on EBAY - don't remember .
parked there every day
^^^ Very Nice ^^^
Road Atlanta for SCCA National Runoffs
Yenko Stinger 096
Putting a pass on a Porsche 911
Yenko Stinger 095, originally a Grady Davis car
Also raced by our team along with street version 097
Currently in collection of Young Chevrolet
I swear : Buy ONE Corvair, park it in yer driveway, 6 more will appear within a year..
Those suckers are plentiful.... and cheap......
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A LITTLE...negative camber ?
Corvairs will alway be cool.
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put a small mg windshield on that drag vair, ,and a street tire set-up,,,and you have a daily driver,,,,yee-haw
Speaking of camber... whenever I would set up a rally or fun run for the Corvair club here in SWMO, I would always make sure to run the club down "Camber Street" here in Springfield. It was only a bock long and buried in a subdivision, and the neighborhood didn't always get the joy from it that we did.
Flying Texan at Green Valley Raceway
I came across this one today. It was too cool not to share. Nader Hater.
One of One LOL
Not only did automotive giant General Motors launch a whole lineup of air-cooled, rear-engined, flat-six-powered cars, vans, and pickup trucks—two of its engineers tried to make an amphibious variant.
The charmingly batty one-off that actually seems to have had a fighting chance at becoming a production model. Built by Chevrolet engineers Richard E. Hulten and Roger D. Holm, this seafaring Corvair was based on a brand-new Rampside pickup with a 65-horsepower engine and automatic transmission.
They lengthened the Loadside's rear by two feet, making room for the hydraulic system hung off the rear of the engine that powered the twin propellers and electrically-operated rudders. They sealed off the undercarriage, installed engine and rudder controls in the truck bed, and got to floatin'.
Wow, never saw that one before.
Seaton's Super Shaker
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