<VV> Removing diesel smell

shortle shortle556 at earthlink.net
Mon May 13 18:51:35 EDT 2013

Charles, You have a beautiful daughter. Not a bad looking car either. It has a 1964 front hood and 1963 front emblems. I do wonder has anyone converted a Corvair to diesel powered? We all know there are water pumpers in Corvairs but anyone know of diesels?
Timothy Shortle in Durango Colorado 81301
52 years old and happily married for the last 20 years

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>From: charles mckinley <cmckinley313 at verizon.net>
>Sent: May 13, 2013 7:53 AM
>To: vv <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
>Subject: <VV> Removing diesel smell
>Many thanks to those of you who kindly responded to my inquiry a few
>days ago, and apologies for the off-topic nature of the request. As a
>couple folks rightly commented, I addressed the request to this forum in
>the belief that a group of incurable gearheads would likely have
>first-hand experience with spills and stains of that sort and would have
>some creative remedies, and that proved to be true. I sent the same
>inquiry to a motorcycle forum and got many of the same suggestions, so
>we'll try some (or all) of them and see what works.
>By the way, there actually is a Corvair connection. My daughter the bus
>driver, a student at the University of Virginia, considers our '63 Monza
>900 "her" car when she's home, and I've attached a pic taken about five
>years ago as part of her HS Senior album. Not too shabby for a bus
>driver, I say.
>Thanks again,
>Chuck McKinley
>63 Monza 900 80-hp 3-speed
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