Ah, something V8-powered and American, then? Pretty well par for the course.
Well yes, but there’s a catch. And it’s not the mid-engined part.
When you think of the cars made by General Motors in the 1960s, you tend to envisage big, lazy engines formed from iron, put together by men named Hank and Buzz and Jim between a few bottles of Bud Light at the bowling alley.
So it might be a touch surprising to learn that the Aerovette that you see here was actually a testbed for GM’s dalliance with rotary power.