1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza: Handed Down And Modified. This week we are outside of downtown Los Angeles in the hills of Thousand Oaks, CA to spend some time with Christopher Mejia and his favorite Chevrolet Corvair Monza out of a collection that’s 25-strong. Owned since new by his grandfather until the day he died in 1995, this car was passed down, crashed, rebuilt, crashed again, and then resto-modded into this beautiful black blade by the same grandkid it used to bring to kindergarten in the morning. The air-cooled flat-six in back made the Corvair a unique piece of American automotive history, and by adding push-rod air-suspension among other custom touches to the car that’s never left the family, Christopher’s Corvair goes a step further.
See the photoshoot and further info here: https://petro.li/CorvairGallery