GM Z platform
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- Chevrolet Corvair featured a rear-mounted six-cylinder engine that included many aluminum components and an aluminum block, along with a rear swing-axle (up to 1964) suspension and rear transaxle. From 1965 the rear suspension was similar to the then current Corvette except that coils were used in place of a transverse leaf. The 1960 model Corvair also offered a gasoline-powered heater as an option.
Vehicles using the rear-drive/rear-engine Z-body include:
Vehicles using the front-drive/front-engine Z-body include:
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