Here’s an automotive trivia question. Was there ever a rear engine Holden? Answer: Yes. Sort of. And this is the photo of it. So what is this car? It’s a Holden all right, because the badges say so and the hub caps have the red lion logo. But looks can be deceiving. The Australian insignias were all part of an elaborate disguise to hide the car’s true identity and destiny—the Chevrolet Corvair. The Corvair’s champion was Mr Ed Cole, soon to be president of all of General Motors, but in 1957, he was the general manager of Chevrolet. The Corvair was GM’s answer to the rising tide of imported small cars. Ford and Chrysler went with a conventional driveline layout for their rear engine 6