<VV> Corvair for the not-so-mechanically inclined?

Frank DuVal corvairduval at cox.net
Tue Oct 29 21:49:58 EDT 2013

I do not want to rain on your parade, or say something liable in print.

This book was written by a Corvair newbie, who asked a lot of questions 
on the Corvair Center Forum, absorbed about half of the information, and 
got the other half wrong. It would have been better if he had a real 
Corvair person, or several with different knowledge areas, to read the 
draft and make corrections.

He never gave credit to the many people who helped, by supplying 
information, him write the book.

Read all about it here:


Get your buddy on here (VV) and the forums. He will know more than Perry 
in a short while!

Oh, and don't forget Bob Helt's books make great stocking stuffers.

Frank DuVal

On 10/29/2013 8:42 PM, Ramon Rodriguez III wrote:
> I'm considering ordering this book as a gift for my buddy I got into
> Corvairs.  He meets the description in the title so I thought it might be
> good for him.
> Can anyone who has read this book tell me if it is any good?
> PS- I already gave him my DVD copy of Corvair Basics, I know that would
> probably be the first recommendation from a lot of you.
> Thanks,
> Ray Rodriguez III
> Corvair Nut
> Lake Ariel, PA

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