Silicone Wire Systems of San Jose, California, has donated $100 to be presented to the winner of the John Fitch Award at the “Corvair Olympics” conducted by the Northeast Corvair Council (NECC) in the greater Indianapolis, Indiana, area June 16-17-18, 2011. Silicone Wire Systems is owned and operated by Seth Emerson, longtime Corvair owner, racer, and enthusiast. The Corvair Olympics is a three-day Corvair performance extravaganza consisting of time trials on a road course, drag racing on a quarter-mile, and autocross on a pylon-defined course.Read more »
Here is a rare Diecast 1/24 scale version of the Chevrolet Corvair Monza GT showcar. It weighs about 1 1/2 pounds!
The car itself is in great condition. The clear canopy's plastic hinges are broken...which is common and does not show on the outside. I propped it up with a qtip in the photo.Read more »
If you want THE car that gets ALL of the attention at your local cruise night, this is it! One of a kind, Corvair gasser with full custom chassis and a blown 350 Chevy motor. More info on Corvair Gasser. This motor was built right with roller rockers, forged crank, BlowerShop 671 polished blower, coated headers, indexed Holley carbs.Read more »
Jay Leno show off his 1966 Corvair Corsa. Jay has done his research and has a lot of good things to say about the Corvair.Read more »
One popular option for Corvair Greenbrier van restorers is the Camper Packages that normally were installed by a Chevrolet Dealer. Here are descriptions of the two main versions that were available. Check out the link at the end of the article for more photos of Camper Packages.Read more »
The 2009 CORSA Convention was held in Jacksonville, Fl on July 13-17. The convention was held at the Wyndham Jacksonville River Walk along side the St John's River. Events included the Concours and car display which was setup along the river. Featured this year was the 1969 model as this was the 40th anniversary of the model year.Read more »
The old site had a send a postcard link under the photos where you could send the page as a postcard to someone. On the new site you would click "Send to friend" to send a page to a friend.Read more »