For a car that consumer advocate Ralph Nader picked out as being one of the most dangerous cars on the road in his book "Unsafe at Any Speed," the Corvair's actually held up pretty well in terms of collector car esteem, particularly convertibles like this one.
A Corvair in the garage isn't going to make anyone rich but, clearly, potential buyers aren't running away in terror, either.
Hagerty Insurance says these 10 relatively affordable cars will likely become collectibles and will sell for big bucks at car auctions decades from now.
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