Friend of Hooniverse, Dan Strohl, ran this posting on Hemmings a few days ago. With the (limited) success of my Corvair at the 24 hours of LeMons, I just had to share it with the Hooniverse fans. Read more after the jump!
According to Dan:
The Corvair folks made an excellent showing at this year’s New England Concours d’Elegance, which you’ll be able to read about in the October issue of Hemmings Motor News. Included in that excellent showing was a group of three Corvair display engines, each with a unique history. The cutaway engine was pretty self-explanatory, and the prototype fuel-injected engine with its stacks and finned rocker covers showed that the hot-rodders were plenty active at GM in the 1960s. However, it was the modular engine, proposed for 1964, that was the most interesting.