Compact cars blossomed in the '60s. As a result, a small selection of smaller, forward control trucks hit the market. Included was the Corvair 95. The Corvair featured a clever unitized body design and a rear-mounted engine, part of an attempt to maximize cargo load in a small package. Despite groundbreaking design, the Corvair didn't win on show floors: Only 851 were sold in the final model year, 1964.