With styling like this, who needs a new 140-hp Six that's standard? (Turbo-Charged 180 hp also available.) Or a sports-car type 4-wheel independent suspension? Or a comfortable, roomy rear seat? (And a recessed package shelf behind that!)
You do? Meet Corvair Corsa!
Here's Corvair for 1961, relined and polished to win you over with a complete line of thrift cars. Including America's only rear-engined wagons: the nimble Lakewood Station Wagon with 58 cubic feet of cargo space inside (rear seat folded), plus another 10 cubic feet under that lockable hood. It gives you up to twice the space you're used to finding in a wagon. Twice!
When you drive a Chevrolet Corvair, you return to a time when every part of the car was considered--not just for it's function, but for it's form. And even today, with reasonable prices compared to other collectibles, you won't have to cut off your ear to own one!
All his life Leopold was just a quiet, unassuming human cannonball that nobody paid much attention to. Then one day he showed up in a new Corvair. Here, at last, was something Leopold could really get a bang out of. And when his stunt performances are over and everybody in the troupe turns to pulling up stakes, he's the fellow who walks around saying, "Okay, gang, let's gel this show on the road."
For nearly a decade Chevrolet has built rear-engine fun cars. In that time, Corvair has established itself as a firm favorite with U.S. enthusiasts. Reasons: rear-engine design with great roadability. Independent suspension at all four wheels (Iike the famous Corvette) for supple ride. With the engine weight in the rear, over the driving wheels, traction is superb. (Just ask Owners who live in winter climates!) But with all these virtues, why the low price? Chevrolet know-how, that's why.
Corvair style in the early 60's was all about class, and there's nobody in the Entertainment Business that epitomized having class like Dinah Shore. Give your chest a little class, too, in this T-shirt that combines them both.
The fact is: more sculptors work at Fisher Body than for all the world's art patrons. From hand-sculpted master models to the hand-finished coachwork of a Body by Fisher, the artist's touch is evident, It's the most carefully crafted, solidly built, longest lasting auto body ever. Remember: so much of the buy is in the body. And Body by Fisher makes it a better buy.