Manta was a custom car company based out of Southern Calfornia (run by brothers Brad and Tim LoVette) in the 1970s/1980s that built swoopy looking fiberglass supercars using donor parts from Vettes and Beetles. The Montage was one of their later offerings and used a Volkswagen Type 1 donor engine/transmission to underpin a fancy looking shell. Find this 1969 Manta Montage offered for an undisclosed price, located in Norfolk, VA via craigslist.
Unlike previous Manta that were festooned with masking tape signs declaring the car “almost done”, this one is totally done. The paint shines nicely, the engine is just getting broken in, and the interior looks good…the big question is — what does the seller want for it?
The seller says it has a Skat motor, dual carbs, hurst 4 spd shifter, Griffin clutch, & racing exhaust — which means it should go like stink. If you run into any problems (or need to replace the Pinto steering knuckles) you can head to mantacars.com and checkout a copy of the original assembly instructions here.
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