Tom Becker challenges the prevailing notion in American culture that the Chevrolet Corvair deserves to be on the "Worst Cars of All Time" list. Though truly made a scapegoat car by Ralph Nader in his quest for consumer protection, the Corvair turns out to have been an engineering feat with a lasting impact in style, economy and performance. Unsafe at any speed, indeed!
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