Inside of this Corvair are a couple of 1960s style engineers, from the GM Research Laboratories, hard at work testing one of the cars. Strapped onto the side of the Corvair is a hydrogen peroxide rocket used for simulating cross-winds. With it the engineers were able to vary the strength of the blasts, which could simulate a wind of up to 40 m.p.h. Equipment in the back seat recorded the effect on the car. Photo courtesy of Benjamin Ames.