Project 1964 Corvair Spyder Convertible: Small Tasks, Big Progress

Have you ever done a BIG car project? There is that point where you’re working on it every day spending countless hours but it doesn’t look like anything is going on. You know, running brake lines, wiring, plumbing the gas tank—after a couple of weeks, it doesn’t look like much progress. That’s where we’re at with our project Corvair Spyder convertible we plan on bringing to the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Tom and Doug are moving along fast screwing it all back together, but it’s a little hard to show in pictures. Nonetheless, we’ve included some progress images and even a quick vid of the front end being reunited with the chassis, or more accurately reunited with the body tub. It’s close to getting the engine/transaxle stabbed back in, which we’ll have up soon after it happens. In the meantime check out the progress as we continue into the reassembly homestretch.

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