This is a 1969 Cougar model. Dasberry has a 1970 that inspired me to build it. I have never seen a nicer Cougar. So i had to build it.
This is a replica of the first Corvair I ever owned, posted here on Motortopia under the name "Toni". When I got this model on eBay, it was what is referred to in the model car hobby as a "Glue Bomb", meaning that it was previously built, badly, probably by some misguided kid somewhere in the deep dark past. This one had a big V-8 engine stuffed in back, with the rear of the body cut away to make room for it. The chassis was butchered to the point of it's not even being usable. I had to use a bunch of parts from a donor kit in this model's restoration, as well as a set of wheel covers that I also bought on eBay. Everything about the model is as close as possible to the way the "Real" car was - Colors inside and out, drivetrain, modifications, etc.
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AMT 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa coupw Annual kit, built back in the 1960's by some misguided kid who thought he knew better than the car's designers what a Corvair was supposed to be! It now features a 164 cid, 110 h.p. air-cooled horizontally-opposed 6-cylinder engine mated to a 4-speed manual transaxle. 4-weeel independant suspension. The real car did 0-60 in about 9 seconds and the 1/4 mile in roughly 17. This model won't do a scale 60 mph coasting downhill with a tailwind!
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110 h.p. "Turbo Air" engine
AM pushbutton radio
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