List of obscure and interesting web sites

Web Page Pointers

Corvair Related
"The Corvair is - in our opinion - the most important new car of the entire crop of '65 models, and the most beautiful car to appear in this country since before World War II." Car and Driver, October 1964

The Corvair VIN Automated Decoder.
The Corvair Technical Index. A wonderful resource.
Andrew Gurudata's Corvairs That Might Have Been page.
Andrew Gurudata's Corvairs That Never Were page
A good photo of a Corvair engine installation in a Pietenpol AirCamper Note that they elected to retain the car cooling fan, and are driving the prop directly from the crank via the bellhousing end.

The Headlight FAQ
The Ford Page
The Tire Rack Tech Pages
Do-It-Yourself Electronic Fuel Injection
The Tucker Homepage Have to put in a plug for them, especially since they were nice enough to mention Virtual Vairs.
The Henry Ford Museum Online--home of one of the two surviving Copper Cooled Chevrolets.
The very slick Desoto Homepage
Highly informative F-Body (Camaro/Firebird) Web Pages
The Unofficial TATRA pages--where else are you going to find a modern rear-engined air-cooled car built today?
The peculiar case of the type 34 Karmann Ghia
A nice photo of the home of most corvairs from when Ford was building air-cooled vehicles. (I got this here--used to just link to it, but they move the files around all the time....
A brief history of the Wankel Rotary Corvettes

Other Obscure Cool Sites:
The Synthetic Aperture Radar Atlas
A neat Wankel Engine site

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