There are many reasons people save their old cars, but many of the larger collections we come across are the result of hoarding. For whatever reason, these individuals feel compelled to keep everything they have ever owned. The seller of this lot of Chevrolet Corvairs has a problem with hoarding and is being forced to get rid of some of their old junk. This lot includes six Corvairs, including a Monza Spyder Turbo, a Greenbrier, and a Rampside.
Of the cars included in this sale, the Greenbrier and Rampside are in the best condition, but still need work. The ’63 Monza Spyder Turbo looks to be in solid shape, but is missing its engine and transmission. Two of the other Corvairs are also missing their motors, but would make great parts cars. Both the Greenbrier and Rampside are hard to come by, especially the Rampside, as there were only 2,000 or so built in 1963.
This lot also includes this ’63 convertible and two ’64 Monzas. The seller claims the convertible is the only one with rust, but we are going to assume that really isn’t the case. While these Corvairs are all in need of attention, they will hopefully go cheaply. It may be worth buying the whole lot just to get the Rampside and Greenbrier. The seller has lost the keys and the titles, so be sure to check into getting replacement titles issued before you bid.