Definitely a corvair with a V8 conversion kit, and a ton of body work. You can tell by the slope on the front, door panels and rear valiance. I spent enough of time around corvair restoration enthusiast and modifiers to recognize them with ease.
I would put it in the 65-69 era due to the front end style.
Skot nailed it – ’65-69 Corvair coupe with a V-8 conversion. About the only things recognizable are the windshield & rear window, rear decklid, & rear panel. I’d like to stab the builder in the eye with a Monza cross emblem for doing that to what was originally a very attractive car.
I’m going with “or what” on this, Hondaguy. The front clip is from a Chevy Monza, not a Camaro. As others have pointed out, other parts are from a Corvair. Who knows WTF the guy was thinking on the rest of this monstrosity, but lots of fibreglass was involved, and probably alcohol too.
Whatever it is required lots of mechanical talent and artistic ability.Good job!If you can’t at least appreciate the workmanship turn your cap backwards,tie a coffee can to your tailpipe and stand around thinking I’m cool’that thing ain’t cool but I’m cool.