1956 Corvette Information

1956 Chevrolet Corvette C1 Specs, History, and Facts

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C1 Corvette (53-62) – THE HISTORY OF BODY KITS & DRESS-UP PARTS

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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C1 Corvette Overview: The Making of America’s Sports Car

Discover the fascinating history of the C1 Corvette, the car that changed American car culture forever. From its solid-axle design to the debut of the fuel-injected V8 engine, we explore its legacy and impact.

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1956 SR-2 McLean SR Corvette

The 1956 SR-2 McLean Corvette was on display at the 2005 Bloomington Gold Show in the Special Collection XXI and is owned by John and Sally Neas of Tulsa Oklahoma. Here are some other Corvettes that have been featured in Vette Vues Magazine: How The C1 Corvette Was Made: See The Car’s Evolution 1956 Corvette’s

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1956 Sebring Corvette Racer: Putting Corvette on the Map

Inducted into the Bloomington Gold Great Hall in 2010, our next feature car is a 1956 Sebring Corvette Racer and was owned by John and Sally Neas. This car is the only 1956 production Corvette in the Sebring event. As Chevrolet’s Chief Engineer, Ed Cole pushed to make the 1953 Motorama show car a Chevrolet

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