1966 Fiberfab Aztec GT Rebuild Project

David (david.j.dunbar@us.army.mil) just picked up this flip-top 1966 Fiberfab Aztec GT and was hoping to get in touch with other owners and enthusiasts. The car currently has a Corvair engine that is “junk”, so he’s planning on putting in a VW engine and building it to the point where he can crack a 10-second quarter mile. Ambitious!

As far as he knows, he’s the third or fourth owner, and says that every time he looks at it he finds another thing that a previous owners did “half assed”, so his current plan is to take the whole thing apart and rebuild it the right way… He’s said he’ll keep us updated!

4 Responses

  1. Rick says:

    can we get some pics of the “flip top” in action, as well as any technical closeups of the mechanism, locking system, and any issues with rattling. movement, etc. while the car is driving at speed?

  2. Tim DiGuardi says:

    Does anyone know of any Aztec Gt cars for sale? Especially ones with a tubular chassie. Please let me know. I am also looking for original fiberglass seats and plexiglass headlight covers. Tim

  3. Tom Wright says:

    theres a web site where a guy (EricMartin) builds some really nice chaisis”s. email me and Ill give you his number- one of his cars is listed on here– its Mazda rotary powered. He going to build me a mid engine chasis for my manta, while im putting a new Pan under my Azrec.
    Tom

  4. Travis Potter says:

    I have a 1966 Aztec flip top bought it in 66 from the dealer in Texas I have a corver in it now but won’t to build a tube frame and put a Subi/withe tranie mid engin. If any one is out there still looking at this site please Email me. Thanks

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