For your listening pleasure in 1965, the Corvair could be equipped with either a basic equipment AM radio or one with both AM and FM frequencies. Of course the FM is also in stereo. There are three Flat-6 engine power options as well as three transmission choices in '65 which feature the two speed automatic and the 3 or 4 speed standard; the later two have just been upgraded.
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The post war Chevy trucks from 1947 through to 1955 are a similar body style, but the biggest changes are in the 1954 model year. The ‘split’ windshield with a center divider was shelved for '54 in favour of a curved one piece front glass. The crossbar or "bull nose" grill is a new look and the rear lights are now square. Under the hood the 235 cu in straight six engine is coupled to a basic equipment three speed standard transmission mounted on the column, a floor mounted 4 speed is also on the table, and, new in '54 the Hydramatic automatic is also an available factory option.
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