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 car-buying public thought differently of racing in the early 1960s, and the American automakers knew that cars that won races were great tools to drive customers to dealer showrooms. You know the old saying, what “won on Sunday sold on Monday”.
This 1964 Ford Thunderbolt is a great example of such a machine, a car that still looked recognizable to the masses as a new 1964 Fairlane, but had the chops to get the job done in Super Stock drag racing.