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John & Teresa Miller have a 'thing' for Corvairs.
 Welcome to the affordable vintage car. 
Almost 2 million were made, gas mileage is good.
 They drive and handle like no other vintage car: 
Unibody construction,lightweight aluminum engine. 
Many features in today's autos came from the technology
 developed in the 10 years Chevy produced Corvairs.
 The only car proven safe on US highways in a court of law.
All Electric car?  Corvair did it better than Volt 50 yrs ago.
Electrovair II
 Jay Leno's Garage
Oh, we've been here before!  A true rescue, the 1961 Rampside truck has changed hands a few times without anyone reviving it.   Well, the buck stops here...or at least the rescue STARTS here!  We've been asked if we "flip" Corvairs.  No, not in the classic definition of the word.  We don't buy them with the sale in mind.  We get them because we LIKE the process and can see ourselves keeping each and every one.   Well, until the barn is bursting and John gets the urge to save another one. 
Then, reluctantly, we'll sell...or it's more like an adoption!  :-) 
Birmingham is the former home for this 1966 Corsa.  140hp 4 speed, power top.  It hadn't been on the road for 12 or more years, the previous owner had it for 25.  Originally black, it's made the transformation to red with a lot of the previous makeover removed and done right! 
There's a beefed up 140hp engine waiting to go in, and the transmission and differential will be rebuilt when the swap takes place.  Till then, it runs and drives ok!   Going with a black deluxe cloth top, should see it out
on the roads by spring of 2019!   Looking forward to another fabulous red convertible.  It's been a while!
1967 Monza 110hp power glide automatic.   This Marina blue coupe came to us from Omaha NE with 27K miles on it in December of 2012.  2018, we turned 38K miles and it's still a joy to drive.   John has changed items only when absolutely necessary.  Amazing, the car still had the original exhaust, including the muffler which we  just changed in 2018! 
Changed the driver's seat back vinyl due to splitting, but the
interior is original other than that including the GM floor mats. 
It was repainted in 2013.  The original paint just didn't do the car justice. 
1962 Monza wagon  84hp power glide automatic.
ONLY 2362 were produced for the first half of 1962, Chevy discontinued the Corvair wagon half way through the year.  
Originally had the cloth bench seat, we replaced it with
 bucket seats.  The black 1962 reproduction vinyl from 
Clark's Corvairs is highlighted with stainless buttons.  
We're very pleased with the outcome.
 Heated seats, new stereo and the new wheels & tires, this baby IS on the road after more than 20 years in storage. 

1960 Monza sedan 80 hp power glide automatic. Basically the car from the first year brochure.  This is a nice older restoration. 
The previous owner loved using NOS parts and it shows.  Down to the reproduction bias ply tires and original style roof rack. The engine was rebuilt, has about 3000 miles, purrs like a kitten.
2019 may see this one going into the Corvair Museum in Decatur, IL
1963 Rampside truck 80hp?  84hp? not sure yet.  3 speed stick
March of 2019 had us on the road to pick up a rampside that we first saw on our honeymoon trip in 2012.  We'll shorten the story by saying
that we reconnected with the owner and decided it was time to
bring this one home.  It runs and drives well, is quite solid and we're
enjoying having it in the collection.  
Teresa plans to use this one as her 'run around the farm' truck.  
1963 Greenbrier 140hp powerglide automatic
A very clean, almost rust free van, the engine and
transmission were built to work together for probably
the quickest Greenbrier we've ever driven.
We have plans for it, recovering the seats,
repainting the interior, as it's very original. 
 We'll enjoy some patina for a time, but John is in favor
of repainting it in the original Danube blue.

1963 Rampside 80hp 3 speed 
Originally a line truck for Phillips 66 in Oklahoma. 
The body was in better shape than most and the drive
train is the original 80hp 3 speed.  Runs and drives well. 
A deluxe truck, it was ordered with painted bumpers.

John felt this truck should return to the original configuration per the data tag.  Where we appreciate all restorations, sometimes it's appropriate to put the truck back to the colors it was 'born' with. 
1966 Monza 4 door hard top  110hp powerglide automatic.
It has been nice to get a car we haven't had to do a full restoration .
  The paint and trim are beautiful on this one, new interior, too
The only 4 door hard top compact car made by anyone in the US,
it was sold as an SS, or Sport Sedan.  They were made from 1965-67.
1966 500  95hp power glide 
 Nice paint job, it'll make a great driver or 
project car...an engine switch is in its future.
*this is a project we would like to find a new home for. 
Call us for details* $2k

NOT a corvair, we know.  The 1975 GMC Eleganza II motorhome will become our home away from home, our Corvair transport vehicle and fits right into our 'groove' for classic vehicles.   A direct descendant of the Corvair Ultra Van, the GMC sports a lot more power, a lot more space and there is a dynamic 'cult' following.   GMCMI is an international organization so dedicated that they Rally twice a year.  Built from 1973 to 1978, we're excited to have the coach in the collection.    
1977 GMC Birchaven
This 23' coach, the short version, was sent out to
Coachman Industries as a transmode and outfitted with the customized interior, an upgrade from the completely GM built units.
1977 was the year of the change from the 455 Toronado drive train to the 403.  However, early units still had the Oldsmobile 455s, and this unit does.  The interior features a wine cabinet and some other
touches from the mid to late 70s that we find 'charming' now.   Corduroy curtains and blinds, you'd have been really 'dapper' wearing your corduroy blazer jacket or pants while cruising the highways in your 1977 GMC
This one is in project mode, not all that far from being driveable.  2019 will be the year we finish it out or find someone who'd love a delightful project.
Another for the "non Corvair" category.   Then again, ours isn't a "for sale" website.  Hobby people, rescue is mostly what we do.   Find cool things and enjoy them until we're ready to let go and find something different.   Different is this 1968 Datsun pickup.   Been saying I dig these for a few years but they're usually all rusted out.  Found this one near Webb city.  It's original, runs and drives just fine.  Neither fast OR furious, we like having this little truck around.
1963 coupe AKA "Rusty"
In the category YARD ART, it's here for the enjoyment of the tourists.  It is amazing how many times this car has been photographed in the past couple years!   We don't leave our good Corvairs outside, so it's fun to have one that is available for those tourist "kodak moments"