DECATUR, Ill. _ The Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum has announced the expansion and partnership of the brand new National Corvair Museum in conjunction with the Corvair Preservation Foundation. The newly opened Corvair Museum will display and house some of the rarest Chevrolet Corvairs in existence, including the last surviving Corvair built as well as the last convertible and the last Corvair body off the Fisher Body Assembly line that was never completed into an automobile. The newly opened edition will be adding many exhibits in the months to come. “The Corvair Preservation Foundation is very excited to create our museum with the Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum. It’s been over 15 years since we have been able to open our vast collection for public viewing. This has been a long term goal of our organization for many years. We are looking forward to making our Corvair home in Decatur, Illinois” says Mike Hall, president of the Corvair Preservation Foundation.