1960 Production - 253,268

 500 and 700 4-door sedan are only models available at introduction; 500  and 700 Club Coupe become available January 1960, Monza Club Coupe  introduced spring 1960 with 95 hp (71 kW) "Super Turbo Air" high  performance engine option, and 4-speed transmission, gas heater  optional, spare tire mounted in luggage compartment, central automatic  choke. Sales impeded by U.S. Steel strike shortly after introduction,  causing a shortage of new 1960 models. Monza is the first Chevrolet  model with 'narrow' 1 in (25 mm) stripe whitewall tire. 

1961 Production - 337,371

 Lakewood station wagon, Greenbrier, Corvan, and Loadside and Rampside  pickups added; 145 in³ engine and optional three-speed manual; spare  tire now rear-mounted on models not equipped with mid-1961 All Weather  Air Conditioning option. Manual choke. First full year of Monza  production demonstrates its sales success, pushes Ford to develop Falcon  Sprint and eventually Mustang to exploit the small sporty car market  uncovered by Corvair Monza 

1962 Production - 336,005

 Monza Convertible and Turbocharged Monza Spyder added mid-1962, heavy  duty suspension optional with front anti roll bar, rear axle limit  straps, positraction differential, new Monza full wheel covers, Kelsey  Hayes knock off wire wheels added to options, Monza wagon becomes  available, 500 wagon dropped- wagons lose 'Lakewood' designation.  Station wagons discontinued mid-1962 to provide capacity for other  Corvair and Chevy II models. 

1963 Production - 288,419

 Self adjusting brakes and small engine improvements (belt guides,  improved oil cooler), new Monza rocker moldings, Loadside pickup  discontinued. 

1964 Production - 215,300

 Larger 164 CID engine, improved rear suspension with added transverse  leaf spring and revised coil springs, front stabilizer bar added as  standard, finned rear brake drums, new optional full wheel covers-std.  for Monza with specific centers, new Monza chrome rocker and wheel  opening moldings, last year for Rampside pickup. 

1965 Production - 247,092

 Major redesign of the Corvair- all new Fisher Z body, hardtop styling  for all models, 700 series discontinued, Corsa series replaces Monza  Spyder series; Greenbrier discontinued mid-year after 1528 built;  revised front and redesigned fully independent rear suspension, improved  heater and air conditioning systems, numerous small engine and chassis  refinements. Mid year introduction of Z17 'steering and suspension"  option includes special springs with rates increased approximately 25%,  special shock absorbers, a 16:1 steering box and special steering arms.  New options include 140 hp (100 kW) engine, telescopic steering column,  AM/FM, FM stereo, heavy duty oil bath air cleaner precleaner system with  engine shrouding for dust control. Front Chevy emblem painted red. 

1966 Production - 109,880

 Improved 3 and 4-speed synchromesh manual transmissions; last year of  Corsa model, Last year of Canadian production at Oshawa. Late 1965  modification to steering shaft adds a U-joint and floor reinforcement to  reduce risks of column intrusion in collisions. Tire size upgraded to  7.00–13 from 6.50–13, with narrower .625 in (15.9 mm) whitewall. New  "spoke" style wheel covers for all models with specific model centers.  Front Chevy emblem now blue (remaining this color until the end of  production). New optional equipment includes headrests, shoulder  harnesses, 4-speaker Delco FM Stereo Multiplex, power rear antenna, 'Mag  Style' (N96) wheelcovers. New, smaller condenser mounted behind the  engine for air-conditioned cars. Four lap belts (2 front, 2 rear),  padded instrument panel, larger taillight lenses, day/night rearview  mirror, now standard on all models. Monzas and Corsas feature black  crinkle finish on instrument panel. 

1967 Production - 27,253

 Last year for the four-door hardtop sedan, GM Energy Absorbing steering  column, dual circuit brake system, stronger door hinges introduced. New  safety three-spoke steering wheel standard. Four-way hazard flashers,  lane-change turn signal control, additional padding on instrument panel  cover, safety control knobs introduced. 110 hp (82 kW) engine is only  optional engine at introduction; eventually 140 hp (100 kW) becomes  available as Central Office Production Order in limited production as  COPO 9551"B". New "safety" Powerglide shift knob, shoulder belt mount  points added. New style standard hub caps for 500. Chrome ring inside  taillight lenses widened. New options included Speed Warning, Delco  Stereo Tape system. New thin-shell "Astro-bucket" front seats with new  vinyl pattern standard on Monzas. 

1968 Production - 15,399

 Air Injection Reactor standard in all markets, 140 hp (100 kW) engine  reintroduced as a regular production option, optional All Weather Air  Conditioning discontinued, multiplex stereo option discontinued; fuel  vapour return line and Ignition Key Warning buzzer new standard  features. Front shoulder harnesses become standard after Jan 1, 1968,  rear shoulder harnesses are optional all models. Side marker lights  (clear in front with amber bulbs, red in rear) added to fenders on all  models. New padding around central section of dash; thicker padding on  top of dash, steering wheel spokes on Monzas now brushed aluminum  (instead of chrome). 

1969 Production - 6,000 / Total 1960-1969 Production - 1,835,170

 Last year—production through May 1969; 521 Monza Convertibles of 6000  Corvairs produced; minor changes; improved clutch cable design on manual  transmission cars, wider bucket seats with new head restraints, wider  interior mirror, refined front brake hose design, Front side markers now  feature amber lenses and clear bulbs (opposite from '68). 140 hp  (100 kW) engine, F41 'special purpose suspension', N44 'quick ratio  steering box' Positraction and telescopic steering column remain  available. Interior window handles featured clear-colored knobs. Deluxe  steering wheel option discontinued. New style ignition, door and trunk  keys introduced. The last few months of production cars were hand-built  on a special off-line area of the Willow Run plant.