We offer convertible tops and convertible top parts for the Chevrolet Corvair Monza convertible produced between 1965 and 1969. GM first introduced the compact Chevrolet Corvair in 1960, and then designed a second generation of the Corvair, which included the Chevrolet Corsa and the sporty Chevrolet Monza. Our Chevrolet Corvair Monza convertible top also fits the Chevrolet Corvair and the Chevrolet Corvair Corsa.
Our Chevrolet Corvair Monza convertible top is made from original dealer patterns. Our Chevy Corsa convertible tops are not "copies of copies." Our Chevrolet Monza convertible top is a top-quality convertible top and guaranteed to fit.
For the best deals on a Chevy Corvair Monza convertible top, check out our Chevrolet Monza convertible top packages, which include installation essentials like tack strips, hold down cables, and glue kits, all for one price. Ready to start shopping? Click on the link at the right.
Choosing Your Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible Top
We offer the Chevrolet Monza soft top in two fabrics: Haartz Pinpoint Vinyl and Haartz Stayfast Canvas. Here's what you need to know about each material before you make your purchase:
Haartz Pinpoint Vinyl:Haartz Pinpoint Vinyl is a two-ply composite with a PVC outer layer and a cotton inner lining. Pinpoint refers to the little dots on the vinyl surface. The original Chevrolet Corvair Monza convertible top was made of Haartz Pinpoint Vinyl. Haartz Pinpoint Vinyl is a popular convertible top fabric. In fact, this fabric is original to most American cars made before 1993. If you take care of a Haartz Pinpoint Vinyl convertible top, it can easily last 10 years.
Haartz Stayfast Canvas:If you're looking to upgrade your vinyl Monza top, consider a Monza convertible top made of Haartz Stayfast Canvas. This fabric is the American substitute for the German canvases used in Mercedes, Porsche, BMW, as well as some Mustang and Lebaron models. Haartz Stayfast Canvas is a three-ply composite material made of an acrylic square weave outer fabric, a butyl rubber core, and a cotton lining. The butyl rubber core promises to make Haartz Stayfast Canvas last a very long time. This canvas is a little richer looking than the vinyl. It's also a little harder to clean. Stayfast Canvas has both better static and dynamic wear ratings than vinyl Monza tops.
Can I install the Chevrolet Corvair Monza convertible top myself?
Yes! The Chevrolet Corvair Monza requires a two-part convertible top, meaning there's the main top and a rear window section, called the "curtain." The two convertible top sections are integrated during the installation process.
If you can use an air-driven staple gun, and are patient and methodical, you are very likely to be able to install the Chevy Monza top. Installing your own Chevy Monza soft top can save you hundreds of dollars in restoration labor costs!
We offer a profusely illustrated convertible top manual, now in its fourth edition. This covers, in detail, all the steps for do-it-yourself convertible top installation. In particular, the manual applies to cars, like the Chevrolet Corvair Monza, with a two-part convertible top. You may purchase the manual to review it before purchasing a convertible top package. (We would then pro-rate future purchase of the convertible top when it is ordered.)
In most cases, our convertible top packages include everything you need to install your own Chevrolet Monza convertible top. (Convertible-top frame seals must be ordered separately if required.)
There is no sewing involved in installing Monza convertible tops, but you will have to be comfortable with a staple gun, manipulating convertible-top fabric, and applying contact cement. Our Chevy Monza convertible-top packages include stainless-steel staples and the very best grade of contact cement with brush. To start shopping, click on the link at the right. To learn more about installing your own Chevrolet Monza top, click the link below.
Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible Tops and Convertible Top Parts available for years
1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968 and 1969