National Geographic : 1961 Nov
The Sporty Car in Chevrdoern New orld of Worth a'62 Corvair Builtfor budget-minded people who go for sports car driving Here, with saucier styling, tasteful new interiors and bigger new brakes, is the latest version of the car that proved itself in the fiercest rally com petition going. Read on and get to know this new Corvair better. You'll like what we changed-and what we didn't change-about this new '62 Corvair. We've spruced up the interiors, sparked up the styling and included a bundle of goodies (a cigaret lighter, front door armrests, dual sunshades, an automatic choke even a forced-air heater and defroster!) as standard in sedans, coupes and station wagons. You also get bigger, more efficient brakes that team up with Corvair's rear-engine traction to give you just about the surest-footed car that ever latched onto a road. But here's what we haven't changed. Corvair's quicksilver steering. Its jigsaw agility. Its gutty air cooled engine. Your dealer's is the place to see it. Chevrolet Division of General Motors, Detroit 2, Mich. CorvairMonza This is the one that started the bucket seat brigade the Monza Club Coupe. ***** ***************** '62 CORVETTE New go-for the goingest car in America! Dramatic styling refinements and a smooth new 327-cubic-inch V8 make this the sweetest Corvette yet. See America's only true sports car at your dealer's. He's got just the one to convert you to a wind-in-the-face sports car enthusiast.