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

aeroned at aol.com aeroned at aol.com
Wed Oct 30 13:55:58 EDT 2013

IMO there are 3 good books for every new Corvair owner:

1) Corvair Basics - A good collection of Corvair tips and very basic

2) Classic Corvair - I like Bob Helt's books, he writes in a style I like. This is one of my favorite books on the Corvair. It has a good mix of history and mechanics.

3) How to Keep Your Corvair Alive - This book has lots of great info, but may be a step above the not so mechanically inclined. It has chapters on rebuilding an engine or suspension. I found those to be very helpful (I use the engine cart). Richard also writes in a language I happen to speak fluently, engineer. Others claim this book is a bit more difficult to follow.


-----Original Message-----
From: Ramon Rodriguez III <corvairgrymm at gmail.com>
To: virtualvairs <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Tue, Oct 29, 2013 7:42 pm
Subject: <VV> Corvair for the not-so-mechanically inclined?

I'm considering ordering this book as a gift for my buddy I got into
orvairs.  He meets the description in the title so I thought it might be
ood 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
robably be the first recommendation from a lot of you.
Ray Rodriguez III
orvair Nut
ake Ariel, PA
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