1954 Corvette Information

In the 1954 Chevrolet Corvette category we will look at various articles relating to the C1.  We will look at some Specs, History, advertising, and miscellaneous facts and features.

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Here are some common questions:

How many 1954 Corvettes were made?

Total Production = 3,640 Roadsters

What colors did the 1954 Corvette come in?

The 1954 Corvette came in four color choices: Poloe white, Sportsman Red, Pennant Blue, and Black.


  • Polo White – 3,230
  • Sportsman Red – 100
  • Pennant Blue – 300
  • Black – 4


  • Beige Vinyl
  • Red Vinyl

How much did the 1954 Corvette cost?

The base 1954 Corvette convertible sold for $2,774.00.

Zora Arkus-Duntov’s 1954/1955 EX87 Corvette Test Mule: The Birth of a Corvette Legend

Discover the captivating story of Zora Arkus-Duntov’s 163 MPH Corvette prototype, the 1954/1955 EX87 Test Mule. Explore the visionary engineer’s journey, the transformative modifications, and the legacy of the Corvette’s high-speed powerhouse. Learn how this iconic vehicle redefined American automotive excellence and witness its recent resurrection at the Eyes on Design event in 2022.

Rare 1954 Corvette S.O. 2151 Prototype Heads to Pebble Beach Auction 2023

The allure of the 1954 Corvette S.O. 2151 Prototype goes beyond its monetary value. It is an embodiment of a bygone era, an authentic masterpiece that harkens back to a time when cars were crafted with artistry and precision. With its presence on the auction block, this collector’s dream is about to become a reality, and the automotive world awaits the journey it will embark upon in the hands of its fortunate new owner.

Three C1 Corvettes from 1953-1955 Auctioned in Orlando Summer Sale

Start Your C1 Corvette Collection at the Mecum Kissimmee Auction – Three First Generation C1 Corvettes for Sale””Rare Opportunity: First Three Years of America’s Favorite Sports Car Up for Grabs at Mecum Kissimmee Auction””Get Your Hands on a Piece of Automotive History – C1 Corvettes for Sale at Mecum Kissimmee Auction””Join the Excitement at the Mecum Kissimmee Auction – Bid on C1 Corvettes from 1953, 1954, and 1955 at No Reserve.


C1 Corvette body kits and dress-up parts: We are looking back at the various custom modifications that could be installed by an owner, contracted to a shop, or purchased as turn-key vehicles.

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