Originally Posted by mdill
The Greenbrier's were made in a number of conjurations, the open top with side ramp, cargo-van, passenger-van ... pretty much the same configurations that VW offered with their van/pickupish things at the time.
Well - not exactly. Greenbriar was one version of the Corvair van. Other Corvair 95s (95 meaning pickup or van, as opposed to passenger car) were not Greenbriars. And not all pickups were Rampside.
But they are all cool. And seldom have anyone arrogant or moneyed behind the wheel. Eccentric and goofy, certainly, but
Not trying to be a know-it-all here. Heck, I had to go to Wikipedia to find out what a "Montauk" is...
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