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Corvair Convention #218223

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 25, 1971
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(Studio) Many Corvair owners dislike Ralph Nader's criticism of car.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(Chicago, Illinois) Though Chevrolet stopped making Corvairs in 1969, estimated 500,000 still on road; Corvair Society of American holding conv. [Unidentified Corvair OWNERS - explain appeal, advantages of Corvair.] [Convention chairperson Diana BRODMAN - declines to comment on Ralph Nader; says neither she nor club against Nader.]
REPORTER: Richard Wagner

Kuralt, Charles;
Wagner, Richard

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