Selling at "No Reserve" at the inaugural Blackhawk Museum Gala and Charity Auction on November 17, 2012.
1964 Chevrolet Corvair 95 Rampside Pick-up
Chassis Number: 4R124S109280
1 of only 864 Rampsides built in 1964.
This mint original example was gifted to the Blackhawk Museum by Harry S. Exline of San Francisco, California. Mr. Exline purchased the Rampside new in 1964 and owned the car until he donated it to the museum in 2005. This extremely rare example has reportedly traveled a mere 22,000 miles since new! This Corvair 95 truck was derived from their 95-inch wheelbase and is equipped with its original 164 cubic inch engine and manual transmission. The Rampside, featured a brilliant idea: Part of the passenger side of the truck was hinged at the bottom, and could be lowered to form a ramp to the cargo bay. Fully restored and mint original examples like this one are extremely hard to find and are commanding premium money.