This is a unique piece of American automotive history. The Chevrolet Corvair was designed by GM engineers as an alternative to the large, heavy sedans favored by the parents of the post-war generation. Engineers wanted to create something small and fun for the Baby Boomers just coming into their teenage years. Porsche and VW were beginning to import their early models which were popular with the "kids". So, GM envisioned their own compact, sporty car with a rear-mounted, flat six-cylinder engine, air-cooled, with four-wheel independent suspension. Nothing like this had ever rolled of any assembly line before.
So much fun! Easy to drive. All stock. Get lots of looks. And unlike most other cars of the era, the Corvair has it's own special story.