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1965 Corvair Corsa was powered by a 164 cubic inch 6 cylinder that generated 180 HP. Priced at $2600 this car had a great design for the time.
In 1961 Corvair added a four-door station wagon called the Lakewood to the coupe and four door sedan models. The also created a Camper wagon called the Greenbrier, along with commercial vans and pickups based upon a 95-inch wheelbase/chassis. All models used the air-cooled rear engine, Luggage space on the Sedan and coupe was increased by moving the the spare tire to the engine compartment.