- The 1960 "Super Monza" Show Car. This was the first Corvair to wear the Monza name. It was concieved by Ed Cole as a way to showcase his idea for an up-market Corvair. It has a vinyl top with a sunroof, leather upholstery, bucket seats, and full carpeting (All Corvairs up to the introduction of the Monza series had bench seats and rubber follr covering.) After the car's show days were over, the car was given to Cole's daughter. She used it for a few years before selling it, and it fell from view for over two decades. It was located in the early 1990's, and it's restoration was completed mere days before it's unveiling at the Williamsburg Convention.
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