|Auction Close||Year||Make/Model||Sold $|
Chevrolet Corvair1968 Chevy Corvair
|$3,050||[ view auction details ]|
Chevrolet Corvair1965 Chevy Corvair
|$2,000||[ view auction details ]|
Chevrolet Corvair1963 Chevrolet Corvair Spyder Convertilbe
|$880||[ view auction details ]|
Chevrolet Spyder1964 Corvair Convertible turbo
|$6,500||[ view auction details ]|
Chevrolet Corvair1965 chevrolet corvair monza 110 4 speed 40k
|$4,600||[ view auction details ]|
Chevrolet Spyder1964 Chevrolet Corvair Spyder Turbo Convertible
|$8,900||[ view auction details ]|
Chevrolet Corvair"Very Clean 1961 Corvair Monza Coupe """"NO RESERVE"""" Auction"
|$3,802||[ view auction details ]|
Chevrolet CorvairRare convertable. Excellent condition.
|$5,656||[ view auction details ]|
Chevrolet Corvair1967 Chevy Corvair (Rare Factory A/C)
|$9,601||[ view auction details ]|
Chevrolet Corvair1963 chevy corvair car in great shape
|$3,288||[ view auction details ]|
|Body Types||convertible, coupe, sedan, wagon|
|Engine Options||140 ci to 164 ci horizontally opposed 6-cyl|
|Max Power||80 hp to 150 hp|
|Max Speed||100 mph|
|Parts & Support|
Detroit finally woke up to the fact that some 600,000 compact cars were imported into America in 1959. The General's reaction was the quirky Corvair, a car which combined the popular Beetle's rear-engined layout in a body the size of a small Mercedes.
No other American car looked like it, or drove like it: wayward handling got Ralph Nader going, but swing axle suspension quirks remedied in very attractive restyled second series. Also unusual was the pre-Porsche 911 flat-six engine. Four-door sedan and wagon generate little enthusiasm, but the two-door coupe and convertible are more interesting. If there is a collectible Corvair, it is the 1965 and newer Corsa with its 180 bhp turbocharged engine.