1962 Chevrolet Corvair Greenbrier Sportswagon
Great Running Dependable Driver
Great for Special Occasions and Photos !
Incredible Collector Find ! Restored Greenbrier Sportswagon 9 passenger Van . 57000 MILES Southern collector vehicle . Rebuilt 145 Cu inch Corvair Turbo ~Air 6 cyl with 4 Speed Transmission . Modern American Racing wheels and new whitewall tires. Chevrolet wheel covers shown are included . Aluminum Step side running boards with courtesy lights ! Ladder and Roof Rack ! 12 volt electrical conversion .
This vehicle was restored from ground up 20 years ago .
Rare and Unique !
Great Beach or Mountains ~ Vintage ~ Corvair Sportswagon !
Everything is in working and great performing condition .
Electric Fuel Pump Upgrade
(Radio is not Working)
(Two Minor tears in Rear Seat )
Seat Belts provided for 6 Passengers
Rear Ladder and Roof Rack
Chevrolet introduced the Corvair lineup for the 1960 model year as the first of a series of generations of passenger compact cars. Chevrolet introduced a more utilitarian style of vehicle the following year under the model designation "Corvair 95". In appearance and design the vehicles were similar to the competing Volkswagen Transporter, which was essentially a bus-like adaptation of the Volkswagen Beetle that moved the driver over the front wheels (Forward control), also commonly defined as a cab over vehicle.
The air-cooled horizontally opposed Chevrolet Turbo-Air 6 engine was located in the rear of the vehicle under a slightly raised cargo floor. It was similar in principle to the 4-cylinder engine of the Volkswagen, but unusual for most contemporary cars. The 145 cu in (2,375 cc) engine developed 80 hp (60 kW) at 4,400 rpm. Engine size was increased to 164 cu in (2,683 cc) for the 1964 model year, raising output to 95 hp (71 kW). Unlike the Corvair cars, the Corvair Greenbrier had a 95 in (2,413 mm) wheelbase and were thus known as "95s." They came standard with a three-speed manual