1954 Corvette Magazine Ad

1954 Corvette Magazine Ad

1954 Corvette Information, C1 Corvette Information, Corvette News and Archives, Vintage Corvette Magazine Ads
Here are some 1954 Corvette Magazine advertisements and a few extra ones for you to enjoy. If you look closely, some look as if they are duplicates, but there is a slight variation on them. We have also included some brochures and even some postcards. Also, we have included some other Chevrolet Magazine Ads you might enjoy seeing. There were 3,640 Corvettes produced in 1954, and was the second-year for the Chevrolet Corvette roadster. While that first group, the 1953 Corvette only produced 300 units, it was offered in only one color combination of Polo White with Sportsman Red interior. The instant commercial success of the Corvette led to demand for a more diverse color palette in which to dress the sporting new vehicle, and by 1954, four exterior color…
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Rare 1954 Corvette Bubble Top

Rare 1954 Corvette Bubble Top

1954 Corvette Information, C1 Corvette Information
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 tops for the early Corvettes produced by a handful of aftermarket companies including Model Builders of Chicago, Plasticon and Scottop of California. The bubble tops were crafted from plexiglass and provided taller drivers a tad more headroom in the cockpit. These ran around $500. 1955 Corvette Bubble Top Vintage Magazine Ads 1955 Corvette Bubble Top Vintage Magazine Ads 1954 Corvette History Chevrolet began production of the 1954 model Corvettes from its freshly refurbished St. Louis…
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1954 General Motors Motorama Video

1954 General Motors Motorama Video

1954 Corvette Information, C1 Corvette Information, Corvette Videos
Video footage of the General Motors Motorama for 1954 at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City. Among the products and exhibits shown are the Corvette-based Chevrolet Nomad, Pontiac's Bonneville Special, the Oldsmobile Cutlass, the Buick Wildcat II, the Cadillac El Camino, Firebird I and Frigidaire's Kitchen of Tomorrow. 1954 Corvette-based Chevrolet Nomad at the GM Motorama of 1954 The General Motors Motorama was an auto show staged by GM from 1949 to 1961. It was originally called the Transportation Unlimited Autorama and officially became known as Motorama when it began to travel around the country in 1953. The event had orchestra, singers, and dancers as they showcased prototypes, concept vehicles, and other special or halo models. 1954 General Motors Motorama Memorabilia 1954 GM Motorama promotional poster 1954 GM Motorama souvenir…
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1954 Corvette Brochure

1954 Corvette Brochure

1954 Corvette Information, C1 Corvette Information, Vintage Chevrolet Corvette Brochure
1954 Corvette Brochure 1954 Corvette Brochure 1954 Corvette Brochure 1954 Corvette Brochure 1954 Corvette Brochure 1954 Corvette Brochure Here are some more links you might enjoy: We hope you enjoyed this article. There are a lot more great articles on our blog. You can check out our RECENT BLOG POST HERE. If you enjoy the C1 (first-generation) Corvette we have a whole section of articles and continually add to it. C1 Corvette History and Features 1954 Corvette Magazine Ad 1954 General Motors Motorama Video If you have never seen Vette Vues Magazine you can check out what our readers are enjoying each month in our ISSUE PREVIEW. You can find subscription information here: SUBSCRIPTION DISCOUNTS
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