Corvair and Fiberglass: 1962 Mayan Magnum

When somebody uses the term Mayan Magnum, I instantly picture a tall shirtless man with a thick mustache and a fancy headdress who runs security at a private ziggurat and moonlights on the side as a PI when he is not picking up on some random ladies. But he would need a car. Something not as flashy as a Ferrari 308, but perhaps a curious Corvair powered kit-car with a fiberglass body and gull-wing doors. Yes. Like this. Find this 1962 Mayan Magnum offered for $25,000 in Medford, OR via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

From the seller:

1962 Mayan Magnum
condition: good
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
paint color: white
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: coupe

Designed late 1950’s became street legal 1962. Designer: Dean Charles Ing. Rear engine 6 cylinder Corvair horizontal engine. Fiberglass shell, very futuristic & aerodynamic, 4 speed transmission, conventional steering, Porsche classic suspension, DeLorian goldwing doors, still runs, refurbished two years ago. This is an original One of a Kind. One of One. For more information contact Judi Brown of Halstead’s Helping Hands Estate Sales (541) 890-thirty seven eighty four.

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