The Chevrolet Corvair has always been a popular collector car. And why not? A Corvair is the most unique American car of its time, fun to drive, readily available at reasonable cost, and has a dedicated club—the Corvair Society of America (CORSA). For all of its daring technology, the Chevrolet Corvair comes across immediately as friendly and benign. Every collector who owns one of these charmingly different little automobiles is playing a role in the long-running drama of the Corvair’s redemption, a process that’s been going on for nearly 50 years now, since the last production examples were pieced together in 1969.