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Interesting that you posted that Corvair ! Like no other, eh... ---
I've got close to 3000 hours in the last 3 years into mine, time to get my ass back in gear on it. I took the summer off, but have been working 6 to 7 days a week, weekends in a hotrod shop !
Winfield, Okanagan Valley, BC
58 Pontiac Sedan Delivery, 449 built - STOLEN, currently on the RCMP Hotlist66 Corvair Corsa HT Chopped Custom, 651 built, my build - http://corvaircenter.com/phorum/read.php?1,281227,page=1
66 Corvair Corsa 'Vert, 192 built
i liked this one (from Langley show)
1963 Acadian Beaumont Sport Deluxehttp://www.63acadian.com/
Unsafe at any speed! Love the engine! I wonder how he has the cooling system and transmission rigged.
Prince Edward Island'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.
SSpeed66 wrote:Interesting that you posted that Corvair ! Like no other, eh... ---http://corvaircenter.com/phorum/read.php?1,281227,page=1I've got close to 3000 hours in the last 3 years into mine, time to get my ass back in gear on it. I took the summer off, but have been working 6 to 7 days a week, weekends in a hotrod shop !
Wow that's a lot of welding and reworking Al! Big project on a small car!
I'm thinking of the old Crown (or was it Kellison?) mid-engine V8 conversion for Corvairs. When I saw the Olds V8 powered Corvair you posted I couldn't help but think that the Olds engine is attached to a Toronado transaxle, the TH-475.
Last summer while walking around Davenport Road in Toronto I spotted this 1965 Corvair Corsa convertible. Glacier Gray, 140-horse 4-carb motor, 4-speed, factory 2-spoke simulated wood wheel, a few modifications to wheels / tires, exhaust & mirrors. The car had old 1970 style Ontario plates and a current registration sticker.
67 Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe, Oshawa-built stocker 250 Powerglide 40,000 mile
Also in garage waiting: stroker 296 cid inline six & built TH350
Cameron Milne, Toronto.
I am a walking encyclopedia with numerous pages missing.
it's got nothing on this one though.....
another clean one....
55 GMC, 53 Pontiac Sedan Delivery, 70 Pontiac 2+2 rag
The cars that 2drpost posted are owned by the same guy, Mel !
CDNGmfan, yes, they & mine have the Toronado/Eldorado THM425
Lefty, that red Vert is on this years ICBC calender, as well as it is in a previous Canadian Hotrods magazine
With the Crown conversion, the bellhousing is just bolted to the front of the Corvair trans, no need to flip anything.
There is a Crown Corvair in Kamloops F/S right now, $1000 (Kijiji)
I stated out with the 455 Olds, but went to the 396, but it will be a 427 when done
I hate to be a stickler, but the powerpack in the OPs post is mounted too low, bad suspension geometry. But I would like to see pics of the mounting system he built- I've built my mounts 3 times...
the two early models are something else. the Toro is a monster, there were many V8 kits and the are many conversions these days that are new . my nephew has a 62 Corvair wagon on a G body frame. I sold last April my Crown V8 mid engine vair. there is a V8 web site but it is down being upgraded
66 Belair 2 door post
1960 Pontiac Strato Chief Safari1960 Laurentian Safari 1960 Laurentian 4door(scrapped)2001 Grand Am 2002 Hyundai Accent(SOLD)1968 Grand Parisienne Scrapped and SOLD
Calgary, Alberta, but raised in Peterborough