1965 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa
While the first generation of the Corvair did indeed have some tricky handling due to the swing-axle rear suspension, once 1965 came around, the car was as competent as anything else to come out of Detroit. That’s the year of the redesign, which in addition to a new body design (that’s arguably one of the best to come out of Detroit), also replaced the swing-axle with a fully-articulated system similar to the Corvette’s.
This one is stunning. While the modern alloys aren’t to everyone’s tastes, they allow wider tires to further improve the already-stellar handling. The suspension looks to have been slightly lowered, too. This has to be a joy to drive, especially with the 180hp turbo engine.
It’s on eBay in Maryland with reserve not yet met.