Custom rides polished to shining perfection are all well and good, but not everyone likes that particular aesthetic. On the other side of the spectrum are the rat rods and patina-laden customs that show off their imperfections with pride, just like this painted-up 1963 Chevy Corvair Greenbrier. Now, this wild surfer mobile is up for sale.
No matter what angle you look at it, this custom Chevy Corvair wagon drips with attitude. The exterior was airbrushed with a wild new Rat Fink style that’s perfect for a ’63, with flying eyeballs and a surf rat making this thing one of a kind.
Finny enough, the custom airbrushed graphics were clear coated, which means this look will stay looking just like this. Complementing the Rat Fink airbrush goodies is a variety of stickers, not to mention a healthy bit of patina as well.
In the corners, this custom 1963 Chevy Corvair rides on 15-inch aluminum wheels fitted with Goodyear tires. The surfboards mounted on the roof included in the sale as well.
Providing the go is a 2.4L H6 engine, which was recently rebuilt and hums away without much muffling. This Chevy Corvair was also fitted with all-new brakes, and a new fuel system as well.
The interior matches the exterior with its own airbrushed headliner and Rat Fink details. The cloth upholstery is complemented by red vinyl, and there’s a custom stereo to pump out some tunes. Alpine components and an array of speakers mounted underneath the rear bench seats round out the sound system, and of course, we can’t forget the footprint gas pedal.
What’s more, the dash features an autograph from Ed Roth’s son (in case you didn’t know, Ed “Big Daddy” Roth created the Rat Fink character back in the day).
Now, this custom 1963 Chevy Corvair is on offer for $21,900 from Showdown Auto.
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Source: Showdown Auto