Nikon D80, Nikkor AF-S DX ED VR lens at f4.0, 1/60sec. ISO 100, 18mm, SB600 Flash bounced off white card

Corvair Corsa, modified by John Fitch to the 1965 Sprint. He increased the horsepower to 115, tightened the suspension (an issue with Corvairs) and changed the roof line to a fastback, along with other mechanical tweaks.
The affordable Grand Tourer….

John has had a camera in front of his face for the better part of 60 years and will continue until he gets it right! Please respect the applicable domestic and international copyrights…. Enjoy, purchase or save if you like, but no publication, any media, without written permission.

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  • Matsumoto
    Matsumotoalmost 2 years ago

    Nice! Love the color.

  • Thanks! Actually white, but the exposure and flash caused the color shift. I have same shot where the car is white, just didn’t do anything for me…

    – John Schneider

  • WildBillPho
    WildBillPhoalmost 2 years ago

    Very nice catch! Not a lot of “Fitch” muscle-corvairs around anymore, and a lot of folks don’t even know about Fitch!
    This angle makes it look like a Ferrari!

  • Bill, thank you so much. Displayed, 2nd floor of the garage :)

    – John Schneider

  • barkeypf
    barkeypfalmost 2 years ago

    Ralph killed it just as GM made it good. Nice one John.

  • So many lawsuits, GM couldn’t mention how they had “fixed” the suspension issue… Thanks, Paul!!

    – John Schneider

  • Gene Walls
    Gene Wallsalmost 2 years ago

    You really captured the essence of this upgraded version of the humble classic, John! My cousin always loved her little red Corvair convertible. It was a fun ride, until daddy (Ralph Nader) took the Corvair away. LOL

  • Thanks, Gene! Uncle Ralph and his cadre… dumbed us down, and a large number of folks accept others making their decisions, while they text away and worry abouut the Super Bowl. Subway sandwiches are not a foot long, only 117/8"… the dirty sob’s! Sorry for the rant, if you never comment again, I’ll understand!!!

    – John Schneider

  • Gene Walls
    Gene Wallsalmost 2 years ago

    Actually, your passionate reply gets nothing but loudly voiced cheers from me!

  • Thank you for your support! :)

    – John Schneider

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