<VV> 1966 Corvair Wagon

Alan and Clare Wesson alan.wesson at atlas.co.uk
Thu May 7 11:11:10 EDT 2009

Having seen Mark's pix, I can testify that his wagon is going to look 
absolutely brilliant! I don't know how he's going to resolve the rear end, 
but what I have seen so far is great (have you had a look at a circa 1970 
Vauxhall Victor Estate Car - I think that's about the look you'll need).

Only thing is, I can't decide whether Mark's wagon is going to be a sedan or 
a hardtop or a business coupe or a berlina or, or, or, or...




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To: "Mel Francis" <mfrancis at wi.rr.com>; <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Cc: "Gramps" <wizardhal at gmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 07, 2009 3:57 PM
Subject: Re: <VV> 1966 Corvair Wagon

> Look thru the windshield at the right rear "C" pillar. Definately a 
> convert
> quarter window and roof. And BTW, it's already made the rounds before.
> On the other hand, I'm working on a LM 4door wagon. Have several
> photoshopped pics of said beast, also a line drawing that I did of the
> profile. To my knowledge, nobody's done a 4door wagon, though somebody in
> the early '80's did a 2door  with a grafted-on Hornet Sportabout
> greenhouse. Sorry, but it didn't really look that great - certainly the
> 4door (photoshop) version is THE way to go!
> -Mark
>> [Original Message]
>> Subject: Re: <VV> 1966 Corvair Wagon
>> Sorry, but this pic looks photoshopped. If you look at the front header
> over
>> the windshield, you can see a convertible-type seam.
>> and then look through the windshield, which reveals the right inner
> quarter
>> of the convertible top. Someone has taken a photo of a
>> Nomad and put it on a Corvair, with a lot of fuzzy blend work.
>> Mel
>> ----- Original Message ----- 
>> Subject: <VV> 1966 Corvair Wagon
>> > http://www.jaylenosgarage.com/your_garage/cars/1796.shtml
>> >
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