The first generation Chevrolet Corvair (1960-1964) was much maligned for it’s swing axle suspension that would pogo-stick you into a spin at the first chance it could get…but the 2nd generation (1965-1969) fixed that with a fully independent rear suspension with coil springs at all four corners that would keep you right-side-up right-side-forward and alive. But this next example has a Corvette LT1 V8 sitting where an arm rest would normally go…and if that won’t kill you in a crash, the roll cage will certainly finish you off. Might as well mount a Viking helmet as an airbag in this thing…but oh man it looks like fun. Find this 1966 Chevrolet Corvair V8 offered for $8000 in Hamilton, OH via craigslist.
From the seller:
1966 Chev. Corvair coupe
cylinders: 8 cylinders
title status: clean
Mid-engine 350hp 1992 Chevrolet LT-1 with big chevy powerglide transmission mated to the modified Corvair positraction differential. This is a running/driving project that just needs to be finished. Please see spec sheet attached.
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