<VV> No-option cars, was: Wierd combos on earlies...

Wildman, Kenneth k-wildman at onu.edu
Tue Jun 15 09:03:33 EDT 2010

Penny had a nice transistor radio - about 8x11x2".  I made a holder for
it in the Psych department machine shop from a piece of 2-1/2" aluminum
bar stock (I milled out about 80% of the aluminum to make the silly
thing) and dry-peened it to a nice satin finish.  Mounted it on the
radio delete plate.  Folks were always asking where I bought it.  :)


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[mailto:virtualvairs-bounces at corvair.org] On Behalf Of Bill Elliott
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 8:02 AM
To: virtualvairs at corvair.org; Tony Underwood
Subject: Re: <VV> No-option cars, was: Wierd combos on earlies...

Radios are so easy to add that I'd bet there are more "radio delete"
left with radios than still without... and back when you could still do 
this, I've bought a new "stripper" car and had the dealership throw in
options that could be dealer added.... even did this with A/C once... in



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Tony Underwood" <tony.underwood at cox.net>
To: <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Monday, June 14, 2010 23:54
Subject: Re: <VV> No-option cars, was: Wierd combos on earlies...

> At 09:22 AM 6/14/2010, Mike Stillwell wrote:
>>  One of my favorite customer cars was a '65 500 coupe Tuxedo Black
>> with a teal interior. It had no options, except a spare tire lock.
>> It was a radio delete car and had no exterior mirrors, until some
>> were added years later. Bench seat with no seats belts, but with
>> the 95/3 it was fun to drive.
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