The Epitome of Mid-Century Elegance: A Revitalized 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa Coupe.
Ah, the Chevrolet Corvair Corsa Coupe—a study in both the aesthetics and engineering sensibilities of the mid-1960s. This 1965 rendition is no ordinary example; it’s an exquisitely refurbished specimen, boasting a Tahitian Turquoise exterior with white vinyl upholstery. It is powered by a 164ci air-cooled flat-six engine that has been factory-rated at 140 horsepower, all paired with a responsive four-speed manual transaxle.
The selling dealer, Cascio Motors, which acquired this automotive masterpiece in 2023, has spared no expense in its maintenance. The vehicle recently received comprehensive servicing, which included the replacement of brake shoes, brake hoses, rear brake hardware, and the master cylinder. Rest assured, this Corvair Corsa Coupe comes with a guarantee of mechanical excellence—no reserve, no compromises.
The car’s exterior shines with its Tahitian Turquoise finish—a classic hue that instantly transports one to the glamorous ’60s era. The rear taillight panel is thoughtfully accented in silver, while dual-exit exhaust outlets lend a robust touch. The wheel wells cradle 13-inch wheels, accented by wire-style wheel covers embellished with bowtie-logo simulated knockoffs, rounded off with 185/80 Maxxis MA-1 tires.
Inside, the cabin offers a sumptuous milieu with white vinyl upholstery contrasted against a turquoise dashboard and carpets. An aftermarket retro-style head unit is installed for the audiophiles, and for those chilly nights, a heater is at your service. Fisher-branded door sill plates and a white ball shifter accentuate the Corvair’s character, while the two-spoke wood-rimmed steering wheel adds a touch of classical finesse. The odometer displays a relatively low mileage of 55k miles—though the total mileage remains a mystery wrapped in an enigma.
For aficionados who take their automotive enthusiasm beyond mere surface-level admiration, the vehicle comes complete with manufacturer’s literature, removed parts, and, fittingly, a clean Arizona title. Decode the trim tag and you’ll discover the authenticity of its original components: from its November production to its Ivory interior and Tahitian Turquoise paint, this Corvair Corsa Coupe stands as a paragon of mid-century elegance and engineering.
Offered at no reserve, this is your chance to own a piece of American automotive history. With its striking aesthetics and meticulous care by the selling dealer, this 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa Coupe embodies the epitome of classic car ownership.