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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 (do I leave it unmolested or do I drop in my hot-rodded 296 cid inline six?)Cameron Milne, Toronto.No matter how much you push the envelope, it will still be stationery.
it's got nothing on this one though.....
another clean one....
55 GMC, 63 Acadian Beaumont rat wagon, 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...
Winnipeg,Mb Ride Along http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA8NstlFXSE
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
Ralph Was Wrong!
66 Belair 2 door post Canadian car
1960 Pontiac Strato Chief Safari1960 Laurentian Safari 1960 Laurentian 4door(scrapped)1997 GMC 1/2 ton2002 Hyundai Accent(SOLD)1968 Grand Parisienne Scrapped and SOLD
Calgary, Alberta, but raised in Peterborough