<VV> Help needed with disabled Corvair in Dakota / Detroit area

Hugo Miller hugo at aruncoaches.co.uk
Sat Jun 29 04:15:54 EDT 2019

You can limp home without a fan - drive till it starts to get hot then 
wait till it cools down. Less of a problem than with a water-colled car.

On 2019-06-29 04:57, Charles Lee via VirtualVairs wrote:
> This message was posted on Facebook:
> Hi I've got a 66 Monza and the fan locked up and broke the belt. It 
> was
> built as a show car and has not been on the road til I bought it.
> I did 800 miles before fan stopped and I'm not sure what the issue is 
> and is
> has not been opened up yet as I'm on the road away from home as I 
> just
> bought the car... any suggestions
> I do not know the exact location, but if you can see the Facebook 
> page, you
> may find more info to help him?
> It seems his fan bearing seized and broke his fanbelt
> The car is the green custom 1965 Corvair from SEMA that has "suicide" 
> doors
> ...
> Charles Lee
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