About the Corvair:
During the 1950s, Chevrolet's Vice President of Engineering, Ed Cole, dreamed that America could mass produce a series of small economical cars and trucks brimming with great features, like coolant-free engines, four wheel independent suspension, unit body construction, plenty of passenger space, balanced braking, light steering, low center of gravity and more. Rear-engine design was the key to the concept. Against all odds, Ed Cole gained approval for his dream car, and the Chevrolet Corvair was born. General Motors produced 1.8 million Corvair cars and trucks world-wide from October 1959 to May 1969.
Shows we’re attending:
Aug 11 - Sayville Summerfest 2019 – see below
Aug 17 - Air cooled at the Orchard” Middlefield Ct. – see below
Sept 14 - Bay State Corvairs presents the
2019 Biennial Fall Classic
at Clark's Corvair Parts!
Sept 15 - LICA members not attending Clark’s are invited to attend the Studebaker Orphan Show at Heckscher Town Park
Sunday, September 15, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Heckscher Park in Huntington Village
2020 Car Show!
For now we are shooting for May 2020.
Please click the image below for more details!