NC Mountain Corvairs
We are a group located in Western North Carolina that share a love for all things Corvair!
Next Show Oct 15-16,2021
No Autocross this Year
Meetings are held every 2nd Thursday of the month at various locations in Western North Carolina. Check our calendar page for the next meeting date, time, and location. We also host an annual Vairs in the Valley car show in October. The event is held in Maggie Valley and celebrates any and all Corvairs. Corvair lovers are welcome!
If you would like to be a member of CORSA/N.C., dues are $12.00 per year and are due by May 1st (pro-rated monthly thereafter) paid directly to them via snail mail. In order to be a member of the state organization, you must be a member of CORSA, Incorporated. CORSA, Inc. dues are currently $45.00 per year with a hard copy of the communique and $37.00 with a virtual copy. You can pay them through their website.
A group of Corvair enthusiasts from across the state of North Carolina first met each other at the CORSA National Convention held in Chicago during the summer of 1974. Enough excitement was generated at this meeting to send the participants home with the primary purpose of forming a CORSA chapter in North Carolina. This group and several other interested individuals met at Tanglewood Park in Winston-Salem on September 22, 1974. Following that meeting, our state chapter, CORSA/N.C., was formed. Since that time, CORSA/N.C. has grown to include four local clubs throughout the state, including our local group, NC Mountain Corvairs.
Prior to becoming the NC Mountain Corvairs, we were known as the "Asheville Corvair Buffs" and represented the western end of North Carolina at club events throughout the southeast and at CORSA National Conventions across the country. In 1988, the Asheville Corvair Buffs were the local hosting club for the extremely sucessful CORSA National Convention. Over the years, the Asheville Corvair Buffs have evolved to be known as NC Mountain Corvairs. Our name has changed to better reflect the entire area that we represent. However, our purpose is still the same --- to preserve the Corvair, and to enjoy the company of great Corvair-owning people.