<VV> Jack's car, was: PG to 4spd conversion ? Aarrgghh !!
brent.fullard at rogers.com
Sat Jun 5 21:50:17 EDT 2010
Re: " And yes, I'm familiar with Jack's car. Have a copy of its window
sticker in my file, too, courtesy of Jack"
Mike Stilwell: Would it be possible to scan this document and share it with
the rest of us?
Thanks in advance,
On 6/5/10 8:44 PM, "Mark Corbin" <airvair at earthlink.net> wrote:
> It doesn't have that COPO, it's an RPO 110 w/air. The COPO wasn't available
> with air. And yes, I'm familiar with Jack's car. Have a copy of its window
> sticker in my file, too, courtesy of Jack. Quite a car, would love to see
> it in the flesh. His is the only car I've ever heard of having ALL the
> options from the factory. Some of mine are admittedly added (genuine
> vintage factory-option equipment though), so I call it an "enhanced
>> [Original Message]
>> From: Mike Stillwell <yenko117 at yahoo.com>
>> Subject: Re: <VV> PG to 4spd conversion ? Aarrgghh !!
>> Mark - it's a '67 right? So it's got a COPO 140? OK, so maybe that's not
> quite a normal option, but you and I both know that Dempsey's '67 takes the
> cake for everything on a Corvair - especially a '67 convertible. For those
> not familiar with Jack Dempsey's '67 Bolero red Monza vert - the original
> owner checked every option on the order sheet. I've seen the order sheet -
> one line from the top to the bottom denoting everything possible was to be
> put on the car.
>> --- On Sat, 6/5/10, airvair at earthlink.net <airvair at earthlink.net> wrote:
>>> If you'd see my 4door. you'd know
>>> that there IS no equavelant car in existance. It has ALL the
>>> possible options. You name it. it has it. including the
>>> factory window sticker. Changing it may become not an
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