Today we are looking back at a rare 1954 Corvette Bubble Top. GM styling chief Harley Earl commissioned approximately 20 plastic bubble canopy tops for the 1954 Corvette, most of which went to special customers and dealers. The C1 Corvettes (first-generation)did not have a factory hardtop configuration. The base Corvette cost $2774.00. There were bubble
Ed and Teresa Foss of Roanoke, Indiana, owners of the 1953 Corvette Chassis #003 (the earliest existing Corvette chassis) donated their educational cutaway utilizing the chassis to the Museum.
In this article, we will look at some photos and history of the No. 1 Briggs Cunningham 1960 Le Mans Corvette Racer.
The history of Body Kits and Dress-Up Parts for the C1 Corvette.
The earliest known Airbox Corvette, Lot S140, will be auctioned Saturday, January 12, 2019, at the Mecum Kissimmee Auction. What a unique opportunity to own one of 43 Airbox Cars produced of which only twenty-two are known to exist.
This 1953 Corvette is the 30th of 300 produced and goes to auction in January 2018. In this article we look at several 1953 cars that were in the Motorama that year. MOTORAMA MEMORIES: From the DeAtley Collection come four shining General Motors dream vehicles Article Courtesy of Barret-Jackson and written by independent automotive journalist
The SEMA show is going on this week in Las Vegas. Chevrolet brought this 1957 Chevrolet C1 Corvette which features option code 579E, a rare airbox option. Only 43 1957 Corvette models were factory-equipped wîth the 579E airbox option. RARE COLD-AIR INDUCTION SYSTEM HIGHLIGHTS 60-PLUS YEARS OF PERFORMANCE DEVELOPMENT Nineteen fifty-seven was a pivotal year
From Vette Vues Magazine’s Rear Vues Collection: 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Magazine Ads 1962 was GM’s peak and it was producing 51 percent of all the cars in the U.S. Before we look at the 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Magazine Ads lets look at some of the details about this model year. The 1962 model year was
The EX122 Motorama Experimental Prototype Corvette is at Kerbeck Corvette, making this the oldest Corvette in the World. It was first shown to the public at the 1953 General Motors Motorama at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City on January 17, 1953. It was six months before the first 1953 drove off the assembly