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The Corvair was a versatile model offered by Chevy from 1960 until 1969. It came in many different types: 4 door sedan, coupe, convertible, station wagon, panel van, pickup truck, and a window van named the Greenbrier.
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The Corvair was a rear engine car and had an air cooled engine, both rare for American cars at the time. It was named Motor Trend magazine's Car of the Year in 1960. It was intended to compete with the sporty and fuel efficient cars being imported from Europe like the Alfa Romeo Spider. The Corvair used GM's A-body platform, but it was its layout that was most unusual. With the flat engine in the back, the truck was in the front, and the spare tire was stored above the engine in the rear. This offered little protection to the driver in a front-end crash. Consumer advocate Ralph Nader attacked this car in his book Unsafe at Any Speed, which led to the introduction of seat belts and crippled sales of the Corvair. There were many performance variations on the base model through the years, including the Monza Spider, the Corsa, and the Corsa Turbo. It was also a favorite car for modders, who swapped its standard flat 6 with a V8 that took up the space that had been the back seat. You can find some of these cars on eBay, where you'll also find parts to fix your Corvair.
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