There have been Corvairs at the Orphan Car Show since the show began thirteen years ago, so it shouldn’t be surprising just how many Corvairs were on display. There were five different first gen convertibles alone, in both regular and Monza performance levels. All of them were in either great original condition or had undergone equally nice restorations. While not as attractive as the ’65-’69 Corvair, arguably one of the best looking cars of the 1960s, the 1st gen convertibles, I think, have better lines than the sedans.
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