I've owned 12 late-model Corvairs and one first-gen car, a yellow '64 Monza convertible.
I never had a problem with any of mine, all Monzas, and split 50-50 between convertibles and coupes.My '65 Corsa coupe with the turbocharged 180-hp engine was a blast to drive. I used to troll for Porsches with it!Corvairs had some specific maintenance requirements which were far above the typical American car-owners capabilities. For example, the front tires called for 10 pounds less than the rears. If you followed the inflation requirements, and moved the spare tire from the engine compartment to the front trunk for a little more balance, the car handled phenomenally. I think the late-model two-door hardtops are among the most handsome American cars ever designed, and it was certified as a Milestone Car for that achievement.