Chevrolet’s Corvair line covered the entire decade of the 1960s and its popularity led to the range covering a wide variety of models—from two-door coupes and convertibles to passenger vans and pickups. The Monza coupe was a more powerful version of the standard Corvair compact and, in 1969, the Monza managed a healthy 110 horsepower. The Corvair’s unique rear-mounted air-cooled engine led to some interesting stylistic choices, including a lower overall profile and the absence of a front grille. And if the twin tail lights in the rear remind you of the Corvette, well, that’s just the way Chevy intended it. Just over 500 Monza models were made in 1969, the last year the Corvair was produced by Chevrolet, making it a handsome collector’s item for Chevy enthusiasts and muscle car fans alike.