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LAMBORGHINI MUDETEC: The 60th Anniversary (1963-2023)

Foose Design '62 Corvette C1 Build - Client Design Meeting (Part 3)

Foose Design '62 Corvette C1 Build - Body Work & Mock Up (Part 2)

1954 Corvette Donated

Custom 1958 Corvette 572ci Big Block Restomod

Foose Design '62 Corvette C1 Custom Build - Part 1

1953 Chevrolet Corvette C1

Vettecademy: Episode 1 - Generations

53 Corvette Emblem

62 | 1962 Vette

1957 Chevrolet Corvette - Jay Leno's Garage

Dave Kindig's 1962 Corvette at 2018 SEMA Show

1954 Corvair - A Missing Classic Car Comes Back to Life

Timeless Kustoms' 1954 ZR1 Corvette Blown LS9 | The Death Star

The First Corvette -- 1953 Corvette

1954 Corvette Commercial

Happy 65! | First Corvettes Being Built - 1953

In 1951, GM’s Design Chief Harley Earl was at Watkins Glen International Raceway to show off his new La Sabre concept when he had the vision of a low-cost American sports car that could compete with Europe’s Jaguars, MGs, and Ferrari. Codenamed “Opel”, the very first prototype made its debut in January 1953 at the GM Motorama show at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. The great reviews and public acclaim for the little white roadster prompted GM to fast-track the Corvette into production. Sixty-five years ago today on June 30, 1953, the world’s first production Corvette rolled off its Flint, Michigan assembly line. Chevrolet built 300 Corvettes over the course of the 1953 model year. A uniform design allowed the workers to concentrate on putting the bodies together without being distracted by trim and equipment variations. Therefore, all 1953 Corvettes were Polo White with Sportsman Red interiors and equipped with a canvas soft-top, 6.70 x 15 whitewall tires and a


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