Corvair Center Forum : Corvair Center Phorum
Posted by: keller ()
Date: June 29, 2020 12:48PM
Got around to watching "The Irishman" the other night.
Haven't seen anybody mention the late model 4 door, I spotted
close to the end of the movie
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Re: Corvair spotted
Posted by: pvholgado ()
Date: June 29, 2020 02:13PM
Yes, saw it Ispotted a LM in the movie "The best of enemies" the organizer drives a LM Coupe.
"A sign of great intelligence is being able to say 'I don't know'"
1966 Corsa Turbo Coupe current being "refurbished"
Located 25 miles East of Rochester, NY
Re: Corvair spotted
Posted by: playerpage ()
Date: June 29, 2020 08:37PM
I saw one in a recent History Channel special. It was covering the "muscle car" period of the US Auto Market. No mention of the Corvair at all or its place in that movement, but there was this shot near the end, with a narrator putting the blame for the demise of the muscle car on gas prices.
I have to say the only history on TV or in print that I ever came across which gave the Corvair its due was a book about the development and 50 year history of the Camaro. It gave the credit for the beginning of the sports car market in America to the 62 Spider Corvair, and claimed that the development of the Mustang was spurred by Ford's recognition of the market that the Corvair opened up.
Eric C. Player, Porterville, CA, USA (Seriously! It's the USA out here!)
MEMBER: CORSA National, Central Coast CORSA, South Coast CORSA, Vintage CORSA, Sfba CORSA, and the San Joaquin Valley Corvair Club.
1965 Monza 110, Canary Yellow
1965 Corsa 180 Turbo, Red
1966 Monza 110, Purple
1967 Monza 140, Red
1966 500 110, Black; nicknamed "Shadow"
1965 Monza 110, Camaro Yellow; nicknamed "Silver"
1966 Corsa 180 Turbo, Blue; nicknamed "Bluvair"
"He cautioned me not to take notes. It would not have helped if I had, as he would start a paragraph with, 'It is therefore obvious. . .'
and go on from there to matters which may have been obvious to him and God but to no one else."
-- Robert A. Heinlein, character of Daniel B. Davis, 'The Door Into Summer.'
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