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Motor Mouth: Chevy pair is anything but mild
In contrast, Jerry Wells' 1963 Corvair 95 pickup ranks up there in rarity with a speedy Chevette.
Amazing Amphibious Corvair Truck Stored for 30 Years Resurfaces
Corvairs, despite what that skinny, Alan-Alda-impersonator Ralph Nader says, are fantastic. Even more fantastic are the Corvair Greenbriar pickup trucks. But to get to peak fantastic, you need to really step things up.
This Crazy Amphibious Corvair, Built by Chevy Engineers, Can Be Yours
Chevrolet Corvair: Economy, excitement, extinction
The Chevrolet Corvair was something else entirely. Hitting the road in 1959 as a 1960 model, the Corvair represented a sharp departure from domestic-automaker convention: An 80-hp, air-cooled aluminum flat-six engine ran behind a transaxle, way in the ...
An Illustrated History of the Pickup Truck
Chevrolet and Ford joined the party in 1961, with their respective Falcon Econoline and Corvair flat-nosed pickups.

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