<VV> Corvair light switches are available locally?!? Great!

Charlie chaz at properproper.com
Mon Oct 13 00:26:35 EDT 2014

Really can get a Corvair light switch locally?

I'd have thought it was less generic, but OK, first thing tomorrow!


-----Original Message-----
From: Bryan Blackwell [mailto:bryan at skiblack.com] 
Sent: Sunday, October 12, 2014 12:58 PM
To: Charlie
Cc: Virtual Vairs
Subject: Re: <VV> 1967-1969 light switch (on dash panel) for sale?

Have you tried one of the vendors?  Or even a local NAPA?  Pretty sure both
have them, I got one from Clark's for the '62 a couple months ago.

Not to be too difficult, but most Corvair parts are easy to get if you hit
one of the vendors.  Corvairs have *really* good vendors with an amazing
variety of parts.  In many cases the Corvair is the easiest car we own to
get parts for, and they are by far the oldest.  Pretty good for a
"disposable economy car".

Which, BTW, is why CORSA is important to our hobby.  No national club = no
easy to find market.


On Oct 12, 2014, at 3:36 PM, Charlie via VirtualVairs
<virtualvairs at corvair.org> wrote:

> Hi All ~
> Does anyone have a 1967-1969 light switch (on dash panel) for sale?
> In the alternative, how hard is it to rebuild/refurbish the "crunchy" 
> one I have?
> All the parts are there, but before I rip the dash apart, I want to 
> have a new/used one or some way to replace this one, so I can put it 
> back together while I still remember where all the parts go ;>}~!
> This is a link to my album on Facebook that shows one underlying issue 
> with this instrument panel (besides the switch):
> https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10202652706131462&set=pcb.1020
> 265273
> 8612274&type=1&theater
> Thanks guys!
> Charlie

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