<VV> Unique Corvair powered car
jhouston001 at cfl.rr.com
Sat Aug 16 08:43:50 EDT 2008
I like the parking brake handle between the seats, although the shape
(being designed to be under the dash) looks a little weird. (thinking
out loud . . . ) I wonder how hard it would be to move the handle on a
LM? of course, I think some other handle might look better . .
'65 Monza coupe
C. Cloutier wrote:
> Funky car. I used to have a 71 Camaro so the styling brought back
> memories. To be honest that car's not my taste, but it's interesting.
> But one thing struck me: the engine is just hanging in space there
> like in a buggy. If that's a workable setup, then why did the engineers
> back in the day do all the shrouding and the engine seal and all? And
> in this particular car, I didn't see any venting up top, so, I would
> imagine cooling air comes UP from the road, has to get sucked in by the
> fan and then heated air blown out the bottom. I'm not sure that's the
> ideal setup. Just thinking out loud.
> Keene, NH
>> Message: 2
>> Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2008 09:15:14 -0400
>> From: Bruce Schug <bwschug at charter.net>
>> This was sent to me by Al Hilderbrand. Quite a unique Corvair-powered car!
>> Bruce W. Schug
>> Ebay Motors, item # 220 267 546 925 Al
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