29-Mile 1969 Chevrolet Corvair 500 Sport Coupe
- Chassis: 101379W705381
- 29 Miles Shown
- 164ci Flat-Six
- Three-Speed Manual Transaxle
- Glacier Blue Paint
- Dark Blue Vinyl Upholstery
- 13" Steel Wheels w/Polished Covers
- Chrome Bumpers
- Four Wheel Drum Brakes
- Push-Button Delco AM Radio
- Window Sticker
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This 1969 Chevrolet Corvair 500 Sport Coupe was delivered new to Rudolph Chevrolet of Phoenix, Arizona, and was acquired by the selling dealer in 2012. The car is finished in Glacier Blue over blue vinyl and powered by a 164ci flat-six paired with a three-speed manual transaxle. Features include chrome bumpers, 13″ steel wheels with polished covers, drum brakes, a push-button Delco AM radio, and a cabin heater. This Corvair shows 29 miles and is offered in Oregon with a window sticker, a Protect-O-Plate, manufacturer’s literature, and a Kansas title.
The Bill Mitchell-styled pillarless body is finished in Glacier Blue (53) and features chrome bumpers, quadruple headlights, “500” badging, a driver-side mirror, a lower rear grille, and a single outlet exhaust. There is corrosion below the front bumper.
Body-colored 13″ steel wheels wear polished covers and are mounted with 7.00-width Goodyear Power Cushion bias-ply tires. The car features four-wheel independent suspension, and braking is provided by four-wheel drums.
The cabin features front and rear bench seats upholstered in Dark Blue vinyl with textured inserts along with a matching dash pad and door panels. Equipment includes a Delco push-button AM radio, a cabin heater, lap belts with separate front seat shoulder belts, front seat headrests, vent windows, polished door sill trim, and black rubber floor covering.
The three-spoke steering wheel frames a 120-mph speedometer and fuel level gauge. The five-digit mechanical odometer shows 29 miles.
The air-cooled 164ci Turbo-Air flat-six is carbureted and was rated at 95 horsepower when new. A tune up was performed in preparation for the sale.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a three-speed manual transaxle. There is corrosion on the suspension components.
The window sticker shows factory equipment and colors, initial delivery to Rudolph Chevrolet, and a total price of $2,455.
The Kansas title lists an “Antique” notation.