Links to Other Corvair Websites

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Corvair Society of America (CORSA).  CORSA is a world-wide organization with 4,000 members and 120 local chapters worldwide.  Founded in 1969, it is a non-profit organization, was incorporated to satisfy the common needs of individuals interested in the preservation, restoration, and operation of the Corvair.  CORSA's long range goal is to promote reproduction of parts and render technical assistance to increase your enjoyment of the Corvair, and to further the general public's appreciation of the car.

Circle City Corvairs  (CCC).   CCC is a local chapter of CORSA based in Greenwood, Indiana.    The Performance Corvair Group would like to say a special thanks to all the CCC members who have helped with registration, snacks and meal set ups at the PCG workshops over the years.

Northeast Corvair Council  (NECC).  NECC Motorsports ("NECC") conducts performance driving events including track days, time trials, autocrossing, drag racing and more.  Our history goes back to 1974, when we conducted time trials for Corvairs at Lime Rock Park in Connecticut. Corvairs?  Over the years, we've opened up our events to other makes and models of cars, but we continue to enjoy the patronage of a loyal band of Corvair performance driving enthusiasts, and we thrive on their support!

National Corvair V8 Registry.  The Registry is a CORSA chapter with 150+ members scattered around the world.  This is a group of Corvair enthusiasts interested in water cooled Corvairs with alternate power sources who enjoy fast Corvairs that handle well.  The group was founded by Russ Brandenburg in 1993 and is dedicated to the idea conceived by Ted Trevor at Crown Manufacturing in 1966 of providing a conversion kit for V-8 power.

Corvair Autocross Pages.  Corvairs have been very successful over the years in autocross racing (also known as slalom racing or Solo II). This website, created by Bryan Blackwell, contains a wealth of information for preparing Corvairs for autocross and other types of competition. Topics include engine modifications, wheels, tires, suspension, seats, roll cages and much more. Many of the modifications can be applied to street cars, too.

Corvair Center.  A public forum for Corvair owners, enthusiasts or anyone looking for help and insight on the Chevrolet Corvair.  A simple fast website with an easy search engine for finding advice on thousands of Corvair topics.  Includes extensive FAQs covering technical topics for preserving, restoring, maintaining, and modifying Corvair cars and trucks.

Corvair Forum.  Another public forum for Corvair owners and enthusiasts, with plenty of technical advice.  Includes a mobile-friendly app.

Virtual Vairs.  The original e-mail discussion group dedicated to the preservation of the Corvair.

Corvair Corsa.  Corvair Corsa is a plentiful source of Corvair history, information and pictures. Here, you can explore the entire collection of production Corvairs including the Corsa, Monza, Monza Spyder, Corvair 700, 500, and the Corvair 95 truck series. Also featured are the many variants created by Corvair lovers like Don Yenko and John Fitch, builders of the remarkable Yenko Stingers and Fitch Sprints.  The site contains hundreds of pages, so get comfortable and enjoy your visit!.

Corvair.US.  Scott Trunkhill is a Corvair enthusiast who graciously donates photographs for the NECC photo gallery pages. He maintains an outstanding Corvair website named "Corvair.US, where he posts articles and photos from recent Corvair events from across the USA.