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The Chevrolet Corvair is a unique collectible for fans of the American motoring genre. It was the only mass-produced US. car with a rear-mounted-air cooled engine, and GM produced close to 1.8 million of these versatile cars. The full Corvair line up spanned two-door coupes and convertibles, four-door sedans, station wagons, pickup trucks and even vans, and through the entire 1960's decade we w...
The Chevrolet Corvair is a unique collectible for fans of the American motoring genre. It was the only mass-produced US. car with a rear-mounted-air cooled engine, and GM produced close to 1.8 million of these versatile cars. The full Corvair line up spanned two-door coupes and convertibles, four-door sedans, station wagons, pickup trucks and even vans, and through the entire 1960's decade we w...
The Chevrolet Corvair is a unique collectible for fans of the American motoring genre. It was the only mass-produced US. car with a rear-mounted-air cooled engine, and GM produced close to 1.8 million of these versatile cars. The full Corvair line up spanned two-door coupes and convertibles, four-door sedans, station wagons, pickup trucks and even vans, and through the entire 1960's decade we w...
The Chevrolet Corvair is a unique collectible for fans of the American motoring genre. It was the only mass-produced US. car with a rear-mounted-air cooled engine, and GM produced close to 1.8 million of these versatile cars. The full Corvair line up spanned two-door coupes and convertibles, four-door sedans, station wagons, pickup trucks and even vans, and through the entire 1960's decade we w...
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Back in the late '60s and early '70s, former race car driver and performance expert Don Yenko forged a specialized niche for himself by ordering stock Chevelles, Novas, and Camaros from GM (along with a couple Corvairs and Vegas too, for that matter), then equipping them with upper tier, big block Corvette engines to result in some seriously tough performance machines. Only a small group of 196...
Back in the late '60s and early '70s, former race car driver and performance expert Don Yenko forged a specialized niche for himself by ordering stock Chevelles, Novas, and Camaros from GM (along with a couple Corvairs and Vegas too, for that matter), then equipping them with upper tier, big block Corvette engines to result in some seriously tough performance machines. Only a small group of 196...
Back in the late '60s and early '70s, former race car driver and performance expert Don Yenko forged a specialized niche for himself by ordering stock Chevelles, Novas, and Camaros from GM (along with a couple Corvairs and Vegas too, for that matter), then equipping them with upper tier, big block Corvette engines to result in some seriously tough performance machines. Only a small group of 196...
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